Post Production Techniques in Photoshop for beginner – Night Effect

Post Production Techniques in Photoshop for beginner – Night Effect

Post Production Techniques in Photoshop for beginner – Exterior Scene

I recorded this video around 10 years ago. all the rules are the same and it’s really useful for the beginner. it’s one sample during the class in real-time. for perfect result sometimes I need to waste a few days, it’s not just postproduction. you need to fix a lot of things in the model, then make a new render and finally bring it into photoshop,
this tutorial shows how you can change the atmosphere of render with few objects.
obviously working on render is quite better and more logical. but in this sample, we want to show the possibilities in photoshop. the quality could be better with wasting more time, also it looks like a journey in the design process, the result is not clear in the beginning, we are going through the process, to find something ideal, several sketches and several tries need to achieve the best result, we hope this part of our journey became useful for the others.
Good luck
Meyssam Seddigh

Photoshop Post Production | Architecture Visualization Rendering

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Hi, my name is Meyssam Seddigh and our family founded First Architecture School as an online art education resource for all. Our aim is to inspire people to learn to draw and be more creative.
Tutorials are not just hand techniques, as far as possible, we will train a set of all architectural techniques.
how to use watercolour in architecture peresentation
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watercolour effect with photoshop
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rendering with Lumion and v-ray
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