Instance Property


Red, green, and blue factors to be used in brightening darker areas of the camera’s image.


var flash: vector_float3 { get set }


In real-world film processing, flashing is a small and even level of exposure added to the entire image, intended to shift the brightness and color of darker areas of the image. Because exposure is logarithmic, flash does not affect midtones or highlights. In color grading, this effect is also called lift and can be applied independently to the red, green, and blue channels of an image. A renderer can use negative component values to subtract color.

The default value is {0,0,0}, leaving an image unaltered.

See Also

Modeling a Physical Imaging Surface

var sensorVerticalAperture: Float

The height, in millimeters, of the camera’s simulated imaging surface.

var sensorAspect: Float

The ratio of width to height for the camera’s simulated imaging surface.

var sensorEnlargement: vector_float2

The horizontal and vertical scale factors that determine the active region of the sensor.

var sensorShift: vector_float2

The horizontal and vertical offsets, in millimeters, of the center of the camera image relative to the center of the simulated lens.

var exposure: vector_float3

Red, green, and blue factors that scale each color channel in the camera’s image.

var exposureCompression: vector_float2

Two parameters that determine the brightness compression curve for colors in the camera’s image.

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