Image Style allow you to add non-destructive image adjustments to your scene and see the result instantly. The Image Style adjustments include tone, curve, color and image effect settings that can be applied and seen in the Real-time View or render output window.
Image Style List
The Image Style list allows you to add an unlimited of Image Style variations. Additionally, when setting up Studios, you can combine them with Cameras, Environments, Model Sets and Multi-Materials.
Image Style Types
KeyShot has two types of Image Styles:
- Basic Image Style – Includes basic adjustments for Exposure and Gamma.
- Photographic Image Style – Offers more versatile adjustments including Tone Mapping, Curve, Color and Layers.
Both Image Style types have options for Denoise, Bloom, Vignette, and Chromatic Aberration. If you switch type, the current value of these will be retained
Image Adjustments and Image Effects
Basic Image Style is almost identical to the Image Adjustments and Image Effects options in versions prior to KeyShot 8. If you open a scene from a previous version with Image Adjustments/Effects they will be added as a Basic Image Style.
How Image Styles Are Applied
Image Styles are applied in two ways. First, they can be set up in real-time and seen in the Real-time View as you work. When rendering, they are applied post-process (after the rendering), so they will not affect render performance or time. This also means that render previews in Network Rendering will not show the Image style adjustments