High quality architectural photo montages are both popular and appealing in assisting with marketing and visual impact assessments. The overlay of a 3D model with photographs gives an accurate and detailed representation of how the proposed development will fit in with its surroundings. There are several factors to consider in planning a successful photomontage.
- Planning vs. Marketing Photo montages play a vital role in the planning process. They can also be the deciding factor in receiving planning permission. When use for planning purposes, the images should present the scheme blended with the context. When used for marketing purposes, the images should have and optimistic feel. Further, images of pedestrians or vehicles should be considered to make the context suitable for marketing purposes.
- Elevated Photo montage The use of an elevated photomontage can convey how the scheme operates as a whole as well as its relationship to the context. Photographs taken at different angles can assist in developing the perfect elevated photomontage.
- Site Survey Data This can include both elevation and topographical data. Such information is helpful in increasing the accuracy of the final product.
- Before and After Views Providing the audience with before images help them recognize the location. After images provide a visual of the proposed changes.
- Adding Trees and People The addition of both to a photomontage offers a sense of scale and helps to enhance the desirable features. However, the need for digital alterations may result in increased costs.
The experts at The Engineering Design take a lot of pride in our work. We work closely with every client in discussing these considerations and more to ensure that their goals are met. This is achieved through clear and constant communication. Contact us today so that we can begin to make your dream a reality.