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Blender Compositor

Take Your Renders to the Professional Level!



Start date: TBC

Location: InnoCentre, 72 Tat Chee Avenue, InnoCentre, Kowloon Tong, Kowloon, Hong Kong

*A professional certificate* will be awarded by Krystal Institute upon completion of the course.

The Compositor is Blender's node compositing system.

In this course, you will see how to use the compositor to perform color adjustments, You'll see how to use filters to create effects, You will learn to use Layers, Masks, and Crypto mattes to restrict the scope of adjustments and effects.

That way you can make changes to specific areas of your scene. You can for example, change the color of objects and materials even after the image is rendered.

In addition, you will see how to use Render Passes and other resources to adjust, in a controlled way, the intensity of shadows and ambient occlusion. You'll also see how to create effects like fog, depth of field and Vignette Effect. You will also see how to render light passes separately, So that it is possible to create isolated adjustments for dire such asct lighting , indirect lighting, reflections, among others. You'll also see how to use Light Groups, a feature that lets you control the intensity and colors of each group of lights in your scene independently, even after the scene is rendered.

Blender's Compositor is a key resource to turn a good render into an amazing render.


What you will learn

  1. Learn how to use Blender's Compositor Interface.

  2. Color Adjustments.

  3. Create effects such as fog, depth of field and vignette.

  4. Use Light Groups to adjust the intensity and colors of lights, even after the image is rendered.

  5. Color Adjustments.

  6. Render separate passes.



  1. Basic knowledge of Blender.

  2. Basic knowledge of lighting and rendering in Blender.

  3. Have a computer that meets the prerequisites to run Blender. These prerequisites can be found on the Blender page itself.

  4. Have Blender installed on your computer.

Who this course is for:

  1. 3D Artists

  2. Designers

  3. Architects