What makes a render a good renderHey my lovely friends and watchers,More Like This
today I would like to share a few hints and tips that are actually very obvious but often forgotten. It is about the 3D medium but I think that a few hints also work for other media as well. If you find this too superficial, feel free to post questions in the comments here that go into depth. I bet that we can share a few really good tips like this and I have experienced in tha past that like this, a lot of interesting things could be read in the comment section.
Those Tips are not about postwork btw... as I know that a lot of people do not like postwork and that is okay. Still - a lot of common mistakes can be avoided in the scene settings already.
Ahem... Here we go!
Composition: Try to get away from the "main object in the center of the picture" composition. As it mostly works fine it is rather boring if seen to often. Dare to try something new, or better - old! Ever heard of the "golden ratio"? If not, please check out this link which