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HDRI as a Light Source – Atmospheric Renderings

HDRI als Lichtquelle

What is it exactly in an image that speaks to our emotions? The setting, sure, but that can be interpreted in so many different ways. Why do we feel such a connection with some images, and less with others?

It may not be the answer for everything, but it’s no questions that there is usually one key factor: LIGHT.

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A Little More Background on Backgrounds

Foreground – background, background – foreground. What about it? It’s all about the planning, of course! In one of our previous blogs, we encouraged you to look beyond the walls, into the background. Now, to provide you a little more background into backgrounds, so to speak, we want to show you a new way you can give your plan that extra something.
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Rendering in pCon.planner 7.3: New interface, new strengths!

If you’re a fan of photorealistic renderings and engaging presentations, you’re sure to get your money’s worth with pCon.planner 7.3! The Media Maker has undergone a complete rework. The render process can now be used much more efficiently and purposefully, revitalizing and breathing life into your plans.

Rendering in pCon.planner 7.3: New interface, new strengths! rendering presentation pCon.planner

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Rendering Through the Ages

Since computers were developed, we’ve been interested in the ability to virtually depict reality. These days we’re already quite good – software delivers more and more detailed and accurate illustrations of the real world, video game graphics are highly realistic, and last but most certainly not least, in the visualization of spatial concepts, we’ve made great progress.

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Using Lights to Set a Scene

Using Lights to Set a Scene

Imagine yourself sitting by the fire on a winter afternoon, cup of tea in hand and the sunlight reflecting off the snow and in through the window. It may be cold outside, but the warmth of the rays blanketing the room suggests a much cozier atmosphere.

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