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Enhancing architectural drawings and models with photoshop / Scott Onstott.

By: Onstott, Scott.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Hoboken. : John Wiley & Sons, c.2011Description: xviii, 341 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm. + 1 DVD (4 3/4 in.).ISBN: 9780470916568 (pbk.); 0470916567 (pbk.).Subject(s): Adobe Photoshop | Architectural drawing -- Computer-aided design | Architectural models -- Computer simulation | | Engineering, Architecture August2015 December2015DDC classification: 720.285
Contents:
Chapter 1: Working with Plans and Elevations -- Chapter 2: Stretching the Photographic Truth -- Chapter 3: Creating Texture Maps -- Chapter 4: Crafting Interactive Panoramas -- Chapter 5: Shooting Multiple Exposures -- Chapter 6: Compositing Imagery from 3D Applications --- Chapter 7: Working with Imported 3D Models -- Chapter 8: Illustrating 3D Models 2 -- Chapter 9: Integrating 3D Models with Photos -- Chapter 10: Playing with Depth Perception -- Chapter 11: Animating with Photoshop.
Summary: "Transform your CAD drawings into powerful presentation This one-of-a-kind book shows you how to use Photoshop to turn CAD drawings and BIM models into artistic presentations with captivating animations, videos, and dynamic 3D imagery. The techniques apply to all leading architectural design software including AutoCAD, Revit, and 3ds Max Design. Video tutorials on the DVD improve your learning curve and let you compare your work with the author's. Turn CAD drawings and BIM models into powerful presentations featuring animation, videos, and 3D imagery for enhanced client appeal Craft interactive panoramas for your Web site, add people and objects to your models, and integrate 3D object models inside architectural interiors Build 3D models from photos and turn them into videos with AfterEffects, add depth of field and atmospheric effects to 3D models, create stereographic images, and much more See how it's done with the video tutorials on the DVD Take full advantage of Photoshop's power to present your architectural drawings in a new and exciting way."--Provided by publisher.
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Index : p.331-341.

Chapter 1: Working with Plans and Elevations -- Chapter 2: Stretching the Photographic Truth -- Chapter 3: Creating Texture Maps -- Chapter 4: Crafting Interactive Panoramas -- Chapter 5: Shooting Multiple Exposures -- Chapter 6: Compositing Imagery from 3D Applications --- Chapter 7: Working with Imported 3D Models -- Chapter 8: Illustrating 3D Models 2 -- Chapter 9: Integrating 3D Models with Photos -- Chapter 10: Playing with Depth Perception -- Chapter 11: Animating with Photoshop.

"Transform your CAD drawings into powerful presentation This one-of-a-kind book shows you how to use Photoshop to turn CAD drawings and BIM models into artistic presentations with captivating animations, videos, and dynamic 3D imagery. The techniques apply to all leading architectural design software including AutoCAD, Revit, and 3ds Max Design. Video tutorials on the DVD improve your learning curve and let you compare your work with the author's. Turn CAD drawings and BIM models into powerful presentations featuring animation, videos, and 3D imagery for enhanced client appeal Craft interactive panoramas for your Web site, add people and objects to your models, and integrate 3D object models inside architectural interiors Build 3D models from photos and turn them into videos with AfterEffects, add depth of field and atmospheric effects to 3D models, create stereographic images, and much more See how it's done with the video tutorials on the DVD Take full advantage of Photoshop's power to present your architectural drawings in a new and exciting way."--Provided by publisher.

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