Any features you'd like to see implemented into Maxwell?
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By Mark Bell
We have MultiLight which is an excellent post render tool to create addition renders by tweaking lighting without re-rendering. This is probably a long shot (no pun intended), but develop a Multi Light Camera tool which allows adjustment of some or all of the camera settings so a final render can be tweaked to change the focus/DOF etc. on the final render similar to how MultiLight works. Not sure how you could do this, but there might be a way and hence the wishlist....
As an example, an interior render could show a scene where the focus is in the foreground, then using the MLC tool, change the focus to the background allowing multiple views from a single render.
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By Forum Moderator
Hello Mark,

That concept clashes a bit with the way Maxwell gets it's DOF blur, which is produced naturally by the camera model, however, I think it could be achieved as a post-process by using a pin hole camera (which gets everything in focus) and a Z-depth channel, which gives information about the distance from the objects to the camera. I think this could be automated somehow. I will suggest the idea to the developers to see what they think.

Thank you for sharing your thoughts!

Best regards,

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