3D Objects For Photographers
The change in photography has been constant, from Daguerreotypes to film and then digital. Every iteration opens up new doors for us as photographers that can be extremely beneficial or devastating depending on how we approach them - but a recent development may very well turn out to be the greatest tool ever given its ability not just shift what's possible with our craft while also giving back something else valuable: jobs! Computer-generated imagery (CGI) could either become another obstacle preventing growth; an opportunity waiting at every turn.
For a long time, CGI was both very expensive and exclusive. It remained in the hands of big production houses for huge projects like films or high-budget commercials; but now it's becoming more accessible with every day that goes by as people have been downloading free tools which make modeling and rendering imagery much easier than ever before!. Not only can anyone learn how to do this kind of thing if they've got access through school programs (which are becoming increasingly popular), there has also sprung up entire communities focused on interacting solely around creations created using these types of graphics software packages—and because cost continues going down rather drastically each year--you'll soon see small businesses taking full advantage too!
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When you look at a photo, what do you see? For most people, the answer is a physical representation of reality. But what about CGI? What if I told you that the images from a camera are really no different than a render? In this blog post, I'm going to compare photography and CGI and explore the differences between the two.