How to colour-correct your 3D renders

CG applications tend to produce images with lots of detail across the whole range of the render. While this is great, as it gives more freedom to adapt and edit, it does mean the initial beauty pass can look somewhat flat.

You can try fixing this in 3D with lights and shadow adjustment but this may mean compromise in other areas, so in this article I will show you some of the more common tool, tips and techniques I use to give a bit more life and filmic look to my work.

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