Thanks to new technologies, photography is experiencing a fascinating time with constant innovations and the opening of new horizons that are forcing photographers to pursue a more continuous style of learning.
In some areas, such as those of car advertisements, architecture and interior design, change has already been implemented, and the hyper-realistic images that are shown to us are, in most cases, computer generated images from designers, engineers or architects. They are the already familiar, CGI, used both for still as well as animated photography, seen in movies and television.
This revolution, whose only limits are set by the artists themselves, is currently shaping the advertising world. Its use, though not applicable in all areas, continues to be increasingly necessary as a source of new imagery and as a way to integrate these CGI images in real photographic situations.
The CGI Course offered by Grisart International School of Photography thrives on the huge creative possibilities inherent in 3D imagery, but it does so in a selective way, considering the needs and knowledge of photographers. Students discover the most direct connection between this technology and conventional photography, as well as their compatibilities and potential. In order to achieve that, the course develops aspects such as the placement of the camera, perspective, lighting and applying textures or rendering.