Blender 2.8 EEVEE Autofocus Fun

Depth of field is one of those effects which complements the realism of CG renders. With the new EEVEE real time render engine in Blender 2.8, you can have this amazing looking effect directly inside of you 3d viewport. Now imagine you can move around with your digital camera in Blender, and the focus automatically adjust to the object you are looking at, and so does the depth of field. In this video you’ll learn exactly that!

Here’s what we will cover:

  1. Preparing a scene in Blender 2.8 (00:52)
  2. Setting up the camera for the auto focus effect in Blender 2.8 (01:26)
  3. Adjusting the EEVEE depth of field settings (03:28)
  4. Locking the camera to the user perspective (04:38)
  5. Enabling full screen mode to see the scene in full glory (06:13)
  6. Changing the camera focal length (06:54)
  7. Setting up an advanced camera rig for a smoother auto focus in Blender 2.79 (07:33)

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