How to Enhance a Render Output in Photoshop

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Not all rendered scenes come out perfect, and trying to perfect them by re-rendering the same scene again and again will just cost you too much time. That’s why almost all designers and archviz creatives use Photoshop to tweak renders to how they’re meant to be.

This tutorial will give you a bit of a guiding hand to get you started on using Photoshop and Render Passes to create a stunning render from an otherwise bland image. Give this video a thumbs up, share it if you find it useful, and don’t forget to subscribe!

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Software Used

  • Sketchup 2018.
  • VRay Next (4.00.02).
  • Photoshop Cs6 Extended.

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