All renders are important, no doubts. Do we need to pick out some details? Of course! Why? We want the client to pay attention to the details, to the great work we do. Because we really care and love what we do, right?
That’s why we decided to write an article about one of the most attractive things in rendering. Close-up renders!
Let's start by discussing the advantages of close-up views.
First things first. This is a nice addition to work. We provide the client a beautiful image, highlighting the minimalistic stuff.
The next point is that close-ups attract attention. They show you the work that is done. How it will look like in real life. And this follows our next third point. A close-up image looks like a live photo.
Now let’s talk about the features of the close-up models.
Narrow viewing angle. The viewing angle plays an important and fundamental role. Highly detailed images can be obtained using a narrow viewing angle. If the angle of view is wider, the detail of objects in the render will be worse.
Of course, highlighting details is the key to a beautiful render. The purpose of highlighting is to draw attention to beautiful or important things. But do not overdo it. Remember, less is more!
While highlighting things don’t forget about smooth background blur. The keyword is “smooth”. It helps you to create a soft vibe. The secret is that the closer you move to your object, the more blurred the background will be.
Now it’s time to speak about the mistakes that we often notice in close-up renders.
Obviously, the first mistake is the wrong angle. Everything is clear here. You can screw up with a beautiful render setting the wrong angle. Pick proportionally and right angles for your render.
While thinking about the angle, you need to remember the textures' quality and high resolution. Without them, your images will look not professional.
The next thing is framing. Too much or not enough space above the object is a problem for a good-looking render. Just get closer and leave more space, but find the right balance, how much space, and where it’s placed. Compare different variations to find the balance.
Hope this was helpful for you. Share your tips with us, it will be very interesting!