Working with 3D objects is great and all, but what if you have a flat product image, and you need it to be a part of your Cinema 4D scene, but it needs to really pop? In this tutorial I cover a technique I discovered while dealing with this question on a recent project, and how to use Luminance Materials in Cinema 4D to get flat 2D product images to integrate into Cinema 4D scenes. Go pick up your 99% sale VCRs before they're all gone!
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