A new project often needs to be understood in its context, whether for a review board, or for a client. These examples show how a rendering can be “stitched” into a photograph in order to present how it would look in real life, without a time-consuming need to reconstruct the entire context in a 3D model. There is also a level of realism that can be achieved by matching the 3D model to the view and the lighting. Sometimes, the view needs to be “faked” by removing or making existing tree cover transparent in order to better see the architecture. Depending on the specific presentation needs, Orban Design can tailor the images to fit exactly what is required.
The series below show the finished photo montage along with the existing photo that was used.