Many companies have the need to take a 2D image and get a photorealistic rendering their new product idea. One of the most common uses for such a rendering is to showcase a design for pre-sales or running a fundraising campaign on Kickstarter. The trick is that the image you are left with is computer generated but appears to be a photograph. Different techniques go into the crafting of perfect digital representation of your project.
One thing is in common with all of the techniques out there, they require specialized software that costs a lot of money and takes years of training to become an expert in. One of the techniques you need to utilize to get a perfect photorealistic rendering is Radiosity, which refers to the ability to make like reflect of various surfaces in a realistic manner.
Ray tracing is another example of a way to work with light in CAD design software. This form of CAD work specializes in the simulation of light interacting with virtual objects. These are just two different ways of working with light alone. Many different skills need to be learned to get a good grasp of working with CAD software and one of those skills is being able to know when to use certain skills and when not to.
Most of all though, working with CAD is a mix between engineering and art that takes a fine measure of both to know how to craft the perfect representation of your project. With the power of modern technology the representation can look so life like you will have to look close up in order to tell that it isn't real. It can really help to represent your product or project. A good presentation can make the difference between making a sale and not.
Traditionally, you would use a rendering firm in order to prepare a 3D rendering of any kind. This costs a lot of money and you will likely not talk directly to the person who will be working on your project. The turnaround time for your project also will vary greatly. Many of these companies are used to dealing with large firms that are able to afford any price that they pick.
You want to save money on your money so that you can make the maximum profit. How do you get the best photorealistic rendering then? Freelancers provide amazingly priced photorealistic renderings. A freelancer is someone who works independently from any agency and sets their own rates. They don't have a boss and often can get projects done much faster at a lower price. Another great thing about freelancers is that you get to talk directly with the person who will be working on your project. That allows for the best communication.
Because freelancers spend a lot of their time talking with clients they become experts at customer service, meaning you get the best help when you have questions or have a problem. A key part of doing any business. Cad Crowd is the best way to connect with freelancers who have the technology to create photorealistic renderings for you. When you work with Cad Crowd you know you are getting a freelancer who has the expertise to complete your project on time, with the quality that you expect of an industry expert. Their rating on Cad Crowd helps to speak towards their abilities.
When you have a project that you want to get done via CAD Crowd, you submit your requirements and you will get personalized quotes back. The quote is free and accuracy is guaranteed. When you accept the quote, your project begins and the vetted experts we have on our website return results on time and within your budget.
At Cad Crowd we have worked hard to create an atmosphere of professionalism and as such we pay close attention to who our freelancers are. Part of that includes screening and moderating our freelancers to make sure you get the quality results that you expect when you hire a CAD Crowd user.
No matter if you are looking for a single photorealistic rendering or you are looking for a long term partnership with a freelancer, Cad Crowd can help you find the right person for the job. Send us your project details for a free estimate or browse our large database of 3D CAD designers.