We are seeing so many pictures floating around the internet of breathtaking houses and fabulous interiors. Either these are work of an architect perfectly captured in high pixels or 3D renders of a project yet to be constructed. Sometimes these pictures can fool you to believe what they are not.
With more and more professionals using 3D renders to convey their ideas to the client in the best way possible and high resolution pictures clicked and edited to perfection, the line between real and virtual has become quite blurry.
Here are a few pictures which can give you a hard time in thinking if they are showing a “picturesque” reality or a “realistic” render.
The textures and wall stains would get anybody to believe that it is a photograph but it in fact is a 3D render.
This would anyday pass as a render but the landscaping and a slight portion of the sky visible above the right hand side wall is probably the only thing which tells what this picture actually is – a photograph.
The reflection in water and shadow on the walls make this look like a photograph but it is actually a render.
Render? No! Few imperfections like the lay of pillows and even the grass giveaway that this is a photograph.