Verified Views, also known as accurate architectural visualisations or visually verified montages combine architecture, data, 3D modelling and CGIs to bring a design to life. As highly realistic and accurate images, architectural visualisation is a key component to contemporary property development. Verified Views involves six steps and today we’re going to go through each stage, to highlight how much time and effort is required.
Seasonal architect photography is a great way to bring your planned property development to life in both summer and winter months. Key to securing planning permission, in this article, we explain why Verified Views are an important and often essential aspect in the design process of property development in the UK.
CGI animation is a computer generated image used by landscape architects and architects around the world to show how a design concept will look once complete. In fact CGI technology has a wide range of uses in the construction industry. Illustrating how a concept will look, showing an interior design idea to painting a picture of a regeneration project, CGI is an architect’s best friend.
Architecture is rapidly moving towards sustainability. By incorporating the natural world into designs and concepts, landscape architects are helping lead the way for contemporary development. From eco-friendly properties and urban gardens, to buildings reflecting the beauty of the nature around it.
There’s actually a very simple answer to that question. A good lens is the one that does what you want or need it to do. So really, the type of lens you need is actually the second thing to consider. Your first question should always be: what type of photo do you want to take? Once you’ve figured that out, finding the right lens is the easy part.
The easiest way to understand what a full frame camera is, and what it offers, is to imagine a solar panel. This solar panel is a big rectangle that takes in light and produces energy. Switch out energy for a digital image and you have a camera sensor.
Technology is playing an increasingly important role in the design, planning, and construction of buildings and landscapes. Computer-generated imagery (CGI) is routinely used to visually demonstrate what a proposed structure or environment will look like once work is complete.
Published in September 2019, the Landscape Institute (LI) has released a new Technical Guidance Note – ‘Visual Representation of Development Proposals’ (TGN 06/19) providing updated advice on the production of visual representations for development proposals in the UK.
Why would you need a lens that tilts and shifts? What effect does it make? And why can’t you just use a normal lens when photographing buildings? Well to start with, the name ‘tilt-shift’ is somewhat misleading in this case. It refers to a lens that is capable of both tilting and shifting.