Photomontage is a technique of producing an image by cutting, pasting or overlapping two or more images together. Combining a real photo and a 3D image creates an ultra-realistic scene. It is often used to present a new design/build to an existing location. Check out the before and after images below to understand how useful this is.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We suggest clients leave as much time as possible for a project to allow for a full 3 rounds of revisions.
In most cases, you just need an architectural plan to allow us to get the exact dimensions of the walls material list & thematic directions to accurately show you photorealistic images of the new design.
The best thing with interior renderings is to analyse how your designs work in a real-time environment. you can experiment with different colours, textures, materials, designs, and more such changes to compare designs without constructing real-life prototypes, thus saving expenses.
This isn’t super important. Projects which do not have architectural plans can still have architectural 3D renders created.
In many situations, you need to spend according to the quality of creating a comprehensive architectural rendering package.