Choosing the right visuals can have a make or
break impact on your architectural project. To get your project off the ground,
you need other people to catch your vision. The more clearly and interactively
you can showcase your ideas, the more effective it can be. Photography and 3D
renderings are two popular ways to do this — but which one is best? Let’s
Choosing the Right
Option for Your Project
If you’re debating between 3D rendering and
photography, here are a few things to keep in mind:
If real photos are your highest priority,
photographs capture reality in a way that 3D rendering cannot. However, while
3D renderings might not take a snapshot of a real-world space, the images
presented are impeccably realistic. Even a trained eye often cannot distinguish
between real photos and 3D renderings.
How much time do you have on your hands before
presenting your project? If the answer is tight, 3D rendering will be your best
friend. Designers and architects can use advanced technology to create
renderings quickly, allowing for faster production time than a photography
shoot and edit.
Furthermore, 3D renderings allow you to
present captivating images at an earlier stage in the process. Unlike
photography, which requires you to complete the building and interior design
processes, 3D rendering can help spread your vision before you complete the
3D renderings allow you to retouch, change
angles or make adjustments to your building at any point in the process.
Photography, on the other hand, offers a limited scope to play around with. If
you’re anticipating making changes throughout the process, 3D renderings offer
the ultimate customization options.
With these considerations in mind, let’s look
at some of the specific benefits of both 3D rendering and professional
Benefits of 3D
Rendering and Photography