Lesson 5 - Lights, Camera, Render

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This fifth lesson teaches learners how to set up a film shot for rendering. This includes adding extra lighting, adjusting the camera, picking a render mode, and changing the render settings. Learners will understand the range of lights available in Blender, how to set up a camera for a shot, and the benefits and drawbacks of using ray tracing in their films.

This lesson is the fifth in a six session teaching unit provided by the National Centre for Computing Education.

 

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