December 27, 2016, 10:08:35 am
I'm an Architect who is starting to get into 3d rendering.
It's getting necessary at work and I am wandering about what you can get out of lumion compared to vray.
I currently do my 3ds using Revit 2017, the rendering are decent but not fantastic! and quite time consuming, or maybe i'm not doing it right yet (definitely that last option i reckon)
Anyway, i was looking at photoshop tutorials on Post rendering treatment, and this one uses "rendering channels" and Material ID as layers to enhance the image.
he gets those from a 3ds max vray render.
Is that something Lumion can do? i tried to find videos/tutorials showing it but cannot find anything specific enough about it.
A friend showed me at his office how fast Lumion was, compared to a very time consuming 3dsmax. but can i get the same quality of rendering tho, and the same flexibility post rendering?
I'm in a situation where i want to choose one software to learn how to do high quality images, and be able to do a good post rendering on photoshop.
here is a screenshot of the post rendering photoshop tutorial i bought online, showing all the channels the guy is playing with in the layers section.
is that something that can be done after rendering on lumion? I feel like there is a rendering quality gap between 3ds and lumion, we'd like to do marketting images ourselves instead of outsourcing it. I'm just trying to figure out what is our best option
Could you enlight me please?
(Also, I apologise in advance if i'm in the wrong section, did not really know where to post this)