A photomontage rendering is a type of 3d render where we use a real photo of the existing site for the surroundings. We then merge this photo and the realistic model of the building to make a more lifelike image. This type of rendering technique requires advanced photo shop skills, luckily for you we are masters of Photoshop!
Photo montage rendering in some cases can actually cut some of the costs. The reason for this is because when your building is in a density established area we don’t have to model & render the surrounding infrastructure allowing us to focus on making your building as eye-catching as possible.
“Photo Realistic rendering can dramatically increase your properties marketing presence”
Tips to take the best photo of your site:
- If possible go to the site at a time of day when the sun will be on the front or on top of the proposed building, this eliminates incorrect shadows in the foreground and allows us to create a render with the sun on the front of the building.
- Take the photo from the angle you would like your final render to be from.
- If you want to use your 3D Photo montage render for a billboard or sign use a camera that is high enough mega-pixels. If your render is only going to be used in brochures or on the web you may be able to get away with using a newer smartphone camera.
- If you want your architectural visualisation to be dusk theme take the photo when the sun is setting or rising.
- Take multiple photos and we will choose the one that fits the scene and works best.
- Don’t worry if the clouds aren’t perfect, we can Photoshop in a new sky.
- If your not sure and stressing, send us your photos and we will check them. I can almost guarantee we have used worse photos and still made an extremely breathtaking photo realistic montage render.
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Yes you heard it right! We charge our clients only the fees we agree on with no extra hidden charges. You are only required to pay the amount which is on the invoice and that’s it. All charges are discussed and approved before sending you the invoice to make sure you have accepted any extra costs if you decide to completely change the scope of works.