Author Topic: Hi! Boutique  (Read 499 times)

2018-12-18, 12:25:27

viz.art

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Hello guys!

It's been a while since our last post, but we'd like to show of our last works.
It's an interior for a upcoming fashion boutique located in Cracow's Old Town.
We were responsible for couple of things such as design and visualizations.
There was a tons of real fun while making it.

We hope you will enjoy it!

More images and info at my Behance Profile

















« Last Edit: 2018-12-18, 16:00:06 by viz.art »
Best wishes, Jerzy Galus
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2018-12-18, 13:08:44
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Love it! Well done.

Personal preference thing; but I think you went a little too heavy on the DOF. This has also meant that a bit too much noise is present in the images. But otherwise very nice! :)

Did you do all your own styling? You mentioned you were responsible for design, but to what extent? I ask as this is something I'm having trouble dealing with. I consider my job as a visualizer first and foremost. But clients all too often rely on our design skills too - which we don't get paid for. It's a hard line to tread, do I do minimal design work, under the rule that this should be supplied to me, or do I have a comittment to make the image look nice - thus resulting in designing a big chunk of the image?

Sorry to hijack your post - just something I always struggle with.

2018-12-19, 09:29:57
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very very nice - just a bit too much noise ;)

A TIP  - if you want to keep detail take save one rgb without denoising and one with a strong/medium denoising. And in photoshop where the image is defocused blurred paint in that denoised image blend it smoothly with original. It will look better. You are not seeing any detail in a blurred areas either way.