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Compositing 3D objects into photographs

By Indre Kuzminiene
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Date Added: 13th August 2014
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3ds Max, Photoshop
 
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(ID: 291712, pid: 0) Ethan Janssens on Thu, 14 August 2014 9:55am
Thank you for taking the time to write this tutorial. We have a few questions regarding matching the photocamera lens into a 3D Digital Camera inside 3D Studio Max: When we check our photographs taken with a Nikon in Bridge we see following numbers (for example): Focal Length: 18.0mm Focal Length in 35mm film: 27.0mm As we understand we need to imput the 27.0 mm in the lens angle in the 3D Studio Max camera since max works with "36mm aperture" - (see common settings) We're never heard of this "sensor" sizes. Could you please share a source link of some sort where we can check if these values are correct? This means we not only need to take the 35mm-matching angle, but ALSO multiply that number by the sensor cropping number in order to have the true camera-angle for the 3D Studio Max camera? Regards, Ethan
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