Good Morning Friends, Family, and TumblrverseFor the past few months I have been working on a website with my friend and incredibly talented Photographer Michael Loggia. We have been working on a website that offers Photography and Graphic Design services in addition to beautiful photographic prints. I am proud to announce the launch of www.bokashii.com I hope y’all will check it out and support us! If any of you are interested in purchasing prints, here is a 10% off coupon code: supportart10The payment system on the site is SSL secure, so all your information is protected. We also have a Facebook page, Twitter account and a Blog on the website that will be updated regularly.
Cinema 4D R13, does a superb job creating depth of field with the Physical renderer but it takes much longer to render and can’t be changed on the fly. When I was messing around with Photoshop CS6 I chanced upon the Tilt-Shift Blur under Filter>Blur. I messed around with it and man does it make realistic blur effects. See for yourself in the example Photo above that has a side by side comparison. On the left is the screencapped image rendered without depth of field in C4D, and on the right is the same image with the Tilt-shift blur applied in Photoshop. I think I’m going to like CS6!
I woke up really early yesterday, so I thought I’d model something fairly challenging, I decided on the iPod earphones because they were lying on my desk. Here is the final render.