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By Tyrone Marshall
#237977
To decrease blurriness:

You can also set your Fstop higher and lower the shutter speed if you need to.

Remember:

Its the same process as in photography, we need to make the pinhole for aperture smaller:
In general, the smaller the aperture (the larger the number[talking about fstop here]), the greater the distance from the plane of focus the subject matter may be while still appearing in focus.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aperture
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By Tim Ellis
#238084
Nice tutorial Tyrone, thankyou.

You can also render these straight out of Studio by rendering any of the 2D ortho viewports.


Tim.
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By Tyrone Marshall
#238646
Tim Ellis wrote:Nice tutorial Tyrone, thankyou.

You can also render these straight out of Studio by rendering any of the 2D ortho viewports.


Tim.
Hello Tim,

Thanks for the tip, this tutorial came about because there are C4D users who want to do this direct from C4D as they use it more than studio.
By RK_art
#242082
Hi,

Maybe it is ony a fault in my IE, but where is the tutorial ?
I only see a picture-placeholder. :?

Edit:
OK, now it's there.
Slow Internet-connection.. :roll:
Thanks for the tut.

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