Many 3d artists are familiar with the process of going from a rough sketch to an animated film. This is done by using light and shadow so that when you’re animating it looks like your character is actually in the scene. The way this works is by adding different layers of lights with different intensities and colors to create depth, contrast, and mood in order to tell a story.
This post will cover how HDR Light Studio 5.3 can be used for rendering high-quality images that bring realism into animation or compositing applications without any added rendering time.
The software was created as an alternative to expensive render engines such as Arnold Render or Mental Ray which were developed primarily for commercial use in visual.