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Thu, Nov 9, 2006 at 4:24:06 PM | REVIT AND PHOTOSHOP

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I WAS WONDERING IF ANYONE KNEW OF ANY TUTORIALS OF USING REVIT WITH PHOTOSHOP.  I'VE NOTICED ALOT OF PEOPLE USING IT, AND I ONLY HAVE A 30 DAY TRIAL TO PRACTICE WITH TO FIND OUT IF OUR COMPANY WOULD WANT TO BUY IT. SO IF ANYONE COULD HELP ME OUT THAT WOULD BE GREAT.

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Thu, Nov 9, 2006 at 6:08:22 PM | REVIT AND PHOTOSHOP

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you could purchase a book line "Enhancing Cad Drawing with Photshop" by Scott Onstott

http://www.amazon.com/dp/0782143865?tag=revitcitycom-20&camp=14573&creative=327641&linkCode=as1&creativeASIN=0782143865&adid=1EJ0K06E9TDHH2XF10MC&

but i don't think there is a book devoted to Revit and Photoshop

what most people do is take their rendered images from Revit and open them in Photoshop to enhance them.

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Thu, Nov 9, 2006 at 7:02:14 PM | REVIT AND PHOTOSHOP

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THANKS FOR THE INFO, ANOTHER QUESTION IS HOW DO YOU PLACE THE RENDERED MODEL ON A PIC OF THE ACTUAL SITE


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Thu, Nov 9, 2006 at 10:31:05 PM | REVIT AND PHOTOSHOP

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I bought this book 'Enhancing Cad Drawing with Photshop' a while ago but I never used it.  It is more for AutoCAD users.  It tells you how to enhance a 2d drawings.  I have learned may things about photoshop using the 'watch&learnphotoshop.com' videos.

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Sun, Nov 12, 2006 at 4:22:39 AM | REVIT AND PHOTOSHOP

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There's a tutorial on this site:  http://www.revitcity.com/tutorials/photoshop_looks/

 


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Sun, Nov 12, 2006 at 6:54:58 PM | REVIT AND PHOTOSHOP

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the clik thru to "first look at photoshop" is not available on the site.  Is it still available?  Is all of this photoshop work done on a .jpg export from revit?


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Thu, Nov 16, 2006 at 3:31:59 PM | REVIT AND PHOTOSHOP

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To take a revit model into a real photo you really need software like 3ds max. in there there are specific tools to do the thing you are wanting. i find using photoshop is just by eye. trial and error

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Thu, Nov 30, 2006 at 8:15:56 PM | REVIT AND PHOTOSHOP

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Assuming you don't have access to an application like Max or Viz, I think it is still fairly easy to place an image of a Revit model (or any other 3D model rendering) into a site photograph.  Assuming you know approximately where the picture was taken, its just a matter of adjusting the camera angle to get it right.  I'm not saying I wouldn't use Max or Viz if I were able to, but it's still entirely possible to do it in Photoshop.  I also think that it's okay for it to be just "by eye" since it is a rendering, which I think comes with some degree of artistic license.

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