Click3D’s architectural visualisation articles #4 – The advantages of architectural visualisation over photography
Welcome back! Today’s post is another article produced by Click3D, albeit one which differs from the previous postings as this is more of an opinion piece. Whilst not (at) all that controversial it might offer a little food for thought with regard to how, why and when photography and architectural visualisation differentiate.
Architectural visualisation is often compared directly with photography as a means to promote or market a development or project. Whilst the latter offers true photorealism – post-production ...Read More →
Click3D’s architectural visualisation articles #3 – The photomontage process
Here is the third article from Click3D’s archives which aim to give more insight into the processes, procedures and techniques involved in architectural visualisation. This post discusses the photomontage process which involves input from several parties, not just the visualiser.
The necessity for accurate photomontage arises when a proposal which has the potential to dramatically affect physical and/or experiential aspects of day-to-day life is submitted. These concerns may involve privacy, environmental or aesthetic matters connected to the proposal itself ...Read More →