September 12, 2022 iRendercs

Use Bokeh Images in Redshift and Cinema 4D

Bokeh is a crucial artistic technique blurring any regions that are out of focus to accentuate the focal point of the scene. Attaching the Bokeh images in Redshift to a camera provides Depth-Of-Field controls. This allows the camera to focus on individual objects and blur the rest of the image. Therefore, Bokeh images contribute to making the image more vivid and appealing. In this article, iRender will explain and help you start using Bokeh images in Redshift in a simplest and easiest way.

1. What do Bokeh images in Redshift do?

As we know, a wonderful approach to change the appearance of your depth of field is with Bokeh images. Basically, a complete circle serves as the foundation for typical bokeh which has an aspect ratio of 1. When you change the aspect ratio, it squeezes that image vertically or horizontally.

As a result, you can use bokeh images with various shapes to get a range of appearances. Furthermore, You can also use colourful images to produce chromatic aberration effects.

2. How to use Bokeh images in Redshift

To utilize Bokeh images in Redshift, you do the following steps:

            • Firstly, place a camera in your scene and add the Redshift camera tag. In the tag, go to the “Bokeh” section and scroll down to “Image”. Then, you check off the “Use Bokeh Image” option.
            • Secondly, you locate an Bokeh image to add

After that, you can see it will affect the shape of the bokeh and add a slight tint to the scene.

When you add a bokeh image, the “Power, Aspect and Shutter Blades” parameters stop working.

You can alter the “Normalization Mode” to change how the image map tints the scene. “Unit intensity” mode tints the image based on the colors in the Bokeh image while “White Color Sum” removes an unwanted tinting from the in-focus pixels. After all those steps, you can gain the result as the below image:

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