I can’t reiterate enough the importance of Photoshop in our daily lives 3D architecture visualizations. Here are a few samples of what I call Vray + Photoshop Magic.

EXHIBIT ONE:

SKP ExportAERIAL-PERSPECTIVE-skp1Raw Vray RenderTERMINAL-PERSPECTIVErawPhotoshop Post Processed ImageTERMINAL-PERSPECTIVEfinalRaw Vray Render:AERIALRAWPhotoshop Post Processed Image:AERIAL-PERSPECTIVEFINALSome Post Processed Elevations:TERMINAL-perspectives

EXHIBIT TWO:

SKP ExportresortskpRaw Vray RenderresortrawPhotoshop Post Processed Image:resortfinal

EXHIBIT THREE:

Raw Vray Render:CENTERRAWPhotoshop Post Processed Image:CENTERFINALSome Post Processed Elevations:CENTER-ELEVSThe final images are almost unrecognizable from their original state, aren’t they?

This technique is especially useful when you lack time to put too much detail in the SKP model. Also, this can save you hours and hours of rendering time because big files can be too heavy for your computer processor.

P.S. These are some works from a few UST architecture thesis students who tapped me to do some aerial and elevation renderings. Congrats to all who passed!