In this course, Ramy Hanna will teach you a basic understanding of Photoshop, all the way to using advanced tools such as actions.
First, you will learn the basics of Photoshop starting with setting up various windows and gaining a basic understanding of the tools. Then, you will learn how to add additional elements and blend them into a rendering or photo seamlessly. Finally, you will learn how to manipulate existing photos, and how to remove or add elements with a photo.
When you are done with this course, you'll know how to significantly enhance the color and quality of any photograph, including architectural renderings. There are 2 parts to this course:
Part 1- Exterior Renderings in 3ds Max: You will learn how to take an exterior building model through all the important steps required to create a convincing photo-real rendering.
Part 2- Photoshop for Architectural Renderings: You will learn how to significantly enhance the color and quality of any photograph, including architectural renderings.
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Now, it's very important to note that you don't want to add it in the positive direction, 'cause you can see, right here, as soon as I add it in the positive direction, it's basically shifting the red, green, and blue channels, of my image, inside, and so what that does, is it's creating, as I zoom in, you can see it's creating a pixel separation, right here on the right side, I don't know if you can see it, but it's very small edge, right here, and that will stay in your rendering, and you'll have this white strip on the right side, so make sure that's in the negative direction. So rather than pull the pixels in, it's pushing them out, and what this filter does, is it actually creates fringing right on the edges of your renderings. As we zoom in here, we're coming in here, you can see that, let me zoom in way, way in here, you can see that we have this red, basically this red and cyan fringe.
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Photoshop for Architectural Renderings
Duration: 3h 26m
Author: Ramy Hanna