Friday, May 16, 2008

Adobe Photoshop CS3 & The BIM Process

As you may have already ventured out into the rendering quality of the new Revit platform for '09, you will notice that the rendering engine as been upgrade. I posted an earlier blog about the benefits of the rendering and walkthrough capabilities within. So of you may use a render farm set up and others may render from many other various set ups. What I would like to introduce into the BIM workflow if you haven't tried yet, is the proficiency of Adobe Photoshop CS3. There are currently two versions out. I recommend the extended version for the AEC community. So many proposals, presentations, bids, et cetera go out with poor quality renderings. Photoshop CS3 extended allows a firm to conceptually display their design with highly realistic photos and media. It is easy to deploy, set up, and train, taking very little profit from your firm in the initial roll out. For more information on Photoshop, please click here Adobe Photoshop.

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