To start: Create my first photo

These steps will show you how to create and download an initial 3D photorealistic rendering of your product, based on a pre-set template.

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Written by Riva
Updated over a week ago

Here's how it works:

💡 Keep in mind that we're in a 3D space! All the templates can be customised (lighting, colours, viewing angles, etc.).

  1. Create your first Project using the Templates tab at the top left of the side menu

2. Choose a Template from the gallery by clicking on it (in our example, it's Abstract 69) 3. Choose a Project to store your new scene and name it

4. The Omi studio opens

5. Add a product by clicking on Products in the left-hand menu, then click on the desired product (or drag it into the scene)

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6. Move the product that has appeared, click on it and hold down, while moving the mouse to position it.

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7. Change the angle of view, as a photographer would, click on Cameras, then choose a camera (Low in this example).

Here's an article that will help you find the ideal light for your product.

8. Change the lighting, click on Lights then choose a light (here, Universal category then Default lighting)

Here's an article to help you find the ideal light for your product.

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9. To add accessories, click on the Library tab, which is full of different accessories (search by keyword, for example here with white)

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10. Change the mood by clicking on Reflections to choose a particular atmosphere

(here, Reflections Boutiques)

Here's an article to help you find the ideal light for your product.

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Before uploading the photo, preview it using the Preview button! ✨

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Once you are happy with your scene, click on the Generate photo button in the top right-hand corner.

The photo of the product will be available in a few moments in the Project chosen initially and can be downloaded, retouched or compressed at will.

And here's your result in less than 5 minutes! 🥳

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Bonus

Here's a YouTube video that explains how lights and reflections work on

your scene and with your 3D models.

Here's a YouTube video that explains how to choose the best color for your renders.

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