Some description about depth composition if needed – like: what should be in the focal layer (the sharpest layer in image) what should be in front and back (if it is not obvious) for instance texts
Files have to be prepared in layers.
SETs layers should be removed.
All layer effects need to be rendered.
All hidden layers have to be deleted.
You have to add more space on the left and the right side of the image. 15% of width. I.E. if your final width is 100 cm – you should prepare image of 115 cm (additional 15 cm will be cut down during processing)
Layers should be set up in such an order that the object which is the closest to the viewer is on top of the layer list.
The object which is to be in the focal point should be named “middle”.
Layers should not be knocked out. It means that all gaps left after cutting parts of a layer to another layer should be filled up.
Bear in mind that the deeper the object is placed in the final image, the less sharp it is.
series of images
This is an option for advanced users with 3D modeling and rendering skills and 3D photographers.
Number of views for different lens can vary but minimum will be 12.
It is better to make more views.
Images have to be adjusted one to another.
All images have to be in the same colour, model and size.
Background shift for 20 LPI lens will be around 10 cm, foreground 7 cm (please let us know if this is unclear)
Background shift for 40 LPI lens will be around 6 cm, foreground 4 cm (please let us know if this is unclear)