Creating Depth-of-Field in Cinema 4D, Nuke, & After Effects
Want to add realism to your 3D renders? Then you're going to need to add some depth of field. In this tutorial you'll learn about the two most common methods of creating a depth-of-field effect on your renders. We'll start by setting up a scene in Cinema 4D to have both in camera depth of field in your final render, and also how to get depth of field by using passes that you can composite in After Effects or Nuke.
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