3D interior design in photoreal renderings

A potential client usually spends just a few short seconds looking at the 3D inteior designs in your portfolio. Even though you may have put a lot of time and even a bit of your own soul into design projects. Unfortunately, your talent and hard work don’t always guarantee an impressive and memorable portfolio.  Can you turn it into an effective presentation that sells itself? Is it possible to make your portfolio diverse – so that each client could find something to their taste?  Lastly, how can you make the client notice your works of inteior design among thousands of others?

Of course, all these problems deserve your attention – but there are more to come. Portfolios eventually get old, and you have to update them completely every three years. If you don’t believe us, just take a look at your interior projects from three years ago. You would have done much better now, wouldn’t you? Also, while the realization of design projects can take up to a few years and bring you lots of valuable experience, it only leaves you with a few photos of interior. Moreover, when projects end abruptly for reasons unrelated to you, you miss the opportunity to fill in your catalogue of works as regularly as you’d like.

3D visualization of interior design created by 3D rendering services or in-house artist is a great way to create an impressive portfolio and fill it in whenever you want. Of course, there are some obvious strengths of this tool, but also false beliefs about using 3D visualization in your work, all of which you must consider beforehand.

Visualization of kitchen 3D interior design

False beliefs about 3D interior design visualization

– There is a clear difference between photos and 3D interior design visualization. Look at these two pictures. Are you sure which one is a photo and which is a 3D interior design visualization? Will your customer be able to tell the difference between the two?

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