OUTSOURCE PRODUCT RENDERING: TOP 7 MYTHS YOU SHOULD NEVER BELIEVE

Examples Of Outsource Product Rendering: Christmas Campaign For Chairs

Outsource Product Rendering is a comfortable and effective solution for furniture businesses. Instead of keeping in-house designers, just contact a professional 3D rendering company with good portfolio, tell them what you want and receive the results. Simple and effective, right?

Sadly, not everyone sees the benefits. A lot of industries are somewhat biased about outsourcing, and sometimes their concerns are justified. Most concerns, however, are nothing more than myths that have no ground to stand on and crumble under undeniable evidence of the contrary. Furniture producers, with some exceptions, have a lot of biased remarks about any form of remote work. To debunk possible concerns we present you top 7 myths about Outsource Product Rendering.

#1. The Images Don’t Look Realistic!

Examples Of Outsource Product Rendering: A Dining Set

They say that no 3D render can look as beautiful as a professional photo. A huge misconception, to say the least! Current technologies and a team of professional 3D Artists can create breathtaking CGI. Like the one one you see below. There are more product visualisations like this in our portfolio, if you’d like to see more!

#2. There Is No Way To Control The Process Directly!

Examples Of Outsource Product Rendering: A Cozy Armchair

Isn’t this the whole point of Outsource work – to lower the workload of your company and cut costs? Of course, there is no way you can oversee the process breathing down artists neck. But, using services like CGI CRM you can see the rendering process with your own eyes, as if you are sitting at the same table as the creator! It is possible to control several projects at once and have a 24/7 live chat with your personal Project Manager.

#3. The Security Is Compromised!

Examples Of Outsource Product Rendering: Christmas Chair Advertising Campaign View04

Examples Of Outsource Product Rendering: Christmas Chair Advertising Campaign View03