Aperture collection

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dag
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Aperture collection

Post by dag » Thu Jun 24, 2010 2:40 am

Let there be light!

Here's some AD effects for you guys. Share yours if they are worthy of being shared.
These haven't really been tested in a proper scene.
A higher f-stop/smaller film width will increase the diffraction effect, but blur the image more.

Here's a sharpness test from sharp to blurry. Settings are in filename: sharpnesstest_ad-state_f#_blur_ring.png

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Post process will give you an instant noise free effect, but the cons are slow image update, no glare perspective, cuts off at a certain size.
Bidir must be enabled.

Energizer
35mm film, f/64, Agfapan APX 100
Use http://www.home.no/faenskap/3d/obstacle ... er_f32.png for f/32 and lower.

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Hollywood Blockbuster
25mm film, f/64, Portra 100T

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X Marks The Spot
35mm film, f/64, Agfacolor HDC 100 Plus

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Glare United
What...?

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StompinTom
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Re: Aperture collection

Post by StompinTom » Thu Jun 24, 2010 2:48 am

dag wrote: Glare United
What...?

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Haha, awesome! I love the Hollywood Blockbuster one, super sci-fi!

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Re: Aperture collection

Post by dakiru » Thu Jul 08, 2010 12:55 pm

Nice stuff! And the wheel model & render is supreme.

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Pibuz
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Re: Aperture collection

Post by Pibuz » Tue Jul 13, 2010 7:32 pm

Thank you dag! What an useful thread you started! I was playing with apertures, diffractions and obstacle maps just yesterday: I rarely use them to save some RAM so I'me pretty new to this and still have loads to learn. Would be interesting if others shared their maps and tests too. Very informative. Thank you!

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