Case Study: How we Made Stunning 3D Interior Renders for a Design Studio Portfolio
December 23rd

Recently, we had an interesting communication with one of our clients.

A customer approached our 3D rendering studio  with an unusual request. The point was to analyze his portfolio and help raise the level of his projects owing to 3D interior renders. In his opinion, this move was supposed to increase his income. We worked on his portfolio for almost 2 months, and it was not in vain. As a result, he increased the cost of his projects by 30% within six months due to increased demand for his 3D interior rendering services. He also significantly improved his portfolio and the level of projects. Below we will show you the  insights  to help you create a successful interior design portfolio:

Avoid using wide panoramas

We understand that this decision saves the client’s budget, but it negatively affects the presentation of the project.

Our advice: take several shots that will show the room you are working on as effectively as possible. Check out the difference before and after:

Choose the right lighting

Light gives a certain atmosphere to the project and therefore it is worth paying very careful attention to the analysis of the project. In which country is it located, and what is the weather like in those countries. Often we forget these details. But it is worth reminding ourselves how important every touch is for us. 

For example, gloomy weather is more common in Scandinavian countries. Very often, visualizers neglect these features, and this greatly affects the overall perception of the project.

Listen to the advice of experts

Sometimes the client himself doesn’t fully understand what he wants, and we, due to our expertise, can turn his chaotic wishes into a structured design. So it makes sense to redo the project according to your vision for further use in the professional interior design portfolio . Let’s listen to each other more often.

Use quality designer furniture

Expensive branded materials always have a positive effect on the picture. So even using one piece of furniture as an accent can significantly improve the design. There are a lot of benefits to be gained later from your job, so don’t waste the opportunities you have.

Choose the angle correctly

An incorrectly chosen angle can spoil the presentation of the project. It is very important that the visualizer who performs the project has basic photography skills. After all, an incorrect and unrealistic setting of a frame and composition can mislead the customer.

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