PHOTOSHOP 1-2-3: Enhancement of an Exterior Perspective

“Hi Maricar,

I discovered your blog a few weeks ago and as a fellow architectural student/professional I have been really inspired by your work. Your designs are incredibly ambitious and thought provoking to me as you clearly push the boundaries and explore new conceptual ideas, I also think the ambiance and atmosphere you develop in your visualizations are equally as great … I know it’s a big ask but would it be possible for me to send my portfolio online to you for you to critique my work and give a little guidance on how I can replicate the appearance you achieve in your visualizations?

I really appreciate you reading my message, I think your work is exceptional and I look forward to more blog posts, thank you.

Kind regards,

David Banks.”

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PHOTOSHOP TUTORIAL: Interior Perspective

3d Modeling: SketchUp Pro 8

Base Rendering: Kerkythea 2008

Post Processing: Photoshop CS5

This rendering method can help you achieve perspectives that do not look generic and typical. Plus, after a while, you can already establish your own trademark, you can even make your renderings recognizable as your own. But this is also very experimental. I had my own share of hits and misses with this method- some turned out great, others not so. With practice though, I have improved my time, adopted my own style and developed some techniques.

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