Architecture Post Production in Photoshop

The key to an amazing architecture image is the process! Learn in this course the best workflow for post-production!



Architecture Post Production in Photoshop

Architecture Post Production in Photoshop



Architecture visualization is extremely important nowadays. From the projects presented during university to selling your design to a client, or joining architecture contests all over the world and even working directly in this archviz field. An Architect needs to know how to achieve a good result without spending too much time so that he/she can focus on other tasks.

In this course, we are going to build up an amazing Architecture image from the ground up! After your model is ready, the visualization part comes. I’ve compiled all the important steps to teach you a workflow. I want you to learn a nondestructive method in Photoshop so that you will be able to work in any type of image!

These lessons were made for you that wants to improve your visualization skills and have no clue where to start. I’m going to take you with me, step-by-step, showing every little detail on how and why you need to make each move inside the software.


View free videos of this course here


We are going to use Sketchup with Vray 3+ to get a fairly good render. To go all the in Photoshop!

I’ve selected all the really important things that I’ve learned over the many years that I’ve worked with Architecture Visualization. This is not a simple Sketchup, Vray and photoshop course, where the instructor would teach each tool and every tool and that’s it, no! I want more than that! I want to share with you all the crucial steps and inside secrets of architecture visualization.

Look what’s included:

  • 3D Model from the Weekend Cabin;
  • Final PSD file + Base Renders;
  • All the necessary files to follow along.

By enrolling in this course, check all the extras that you also get!

  • 20+ Textures/images;
  • 20 PNG Plants;
  • 6 Cutouts from Mr.Cutout;
  • A Photoshop Brush
  • + 4 Short Lessons at the end

I’d love to have you as my student! See you there!
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