Step 1: Architecture Modeling and Camera Composition
First, the surfaces are defined, as well as the solids and voids that make up the interior space. Together with the client, the modeling and the positioning of the cameras from which the rendering will be observed are defined.
Step 2: Materiality and Textures
Starting from the first images and their points of view, the second layer of realism is added: materials and textures proposed by the client. This is how the project begins to come to life.
Step 3: Equipment and Landscape
This is the stage in which the scenes acquire a greater degree of definition. People, plants and furniture are added to make the experience of reality more vivid.
Step 4: Lightning and Complexity
The lights that are added at this stage are the ones that give depth, reflections and different textures to the objects and spaces in the scene. There are still some tweaks for the final product, but at this point in our process the client gets a very clear preview of their property.
Step 5: Post-Production
The last touches of the final image are still missing until backgrounds and indirect lighting are applied in this stage. This allows to acquire an image that looks 100% realistic.
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