Tag Archives: animation

Manuel Mousiol’s Time-Lapse HDRI Car Animation

Manuel Mousiol contacted me the other day to share his time-lapse HDRI car animation. Manuel’s company, Creative Control likes to work on passion projects in their spare time, and this result is certainly one of the best examples I’ve seen utilizing Hyperfocal’s time-lapses. Manuel has 10 years of experience rendering …

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Benjamin Bardou’s Gloria Victis and Other Works

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Benjamin Bardou’s short film, Gloria Victis, is finally out now! Ben used VRay’s Sun/Sky system to do some of the earlier time-lapse shots, then Hyperfocal’s image-based, HDRI time-lapse skies from 2:20 onwards. Check it out: You can also view a preview, VR/360 degree video with some details in my last …

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Flickering in Time-Lapse HDR IBL

I often mention flickering as part of our time-lapse HDRI sky dome products – I don’t want anyone to have any unpleasant surprises prior to purchasing, and I’d like people to know what to expect if they choose a time-lapse that features flickering, so they can factor it into their …

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Flickering in Blender Octane Test Animation

So what I struggled with previously was flickering inside the camera due to the aperture not opening and closing the same amount every time. I’ve fixed that particular issue, and in this render below, flickering is actually caused by cloud movement blocking the sun every few frames or so: I’m …

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3rd Time-Lapse HDRI Sky Dome

This is another older HDRI sky shot at f3.5. As a test, I developed the NEFs with -2 exposure per bracket in order to try and get more dynamic range. However, I’ve since been informed that changing exposure like this doesn’t exactly achieve much, and results in a slight loss …

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