CGI / 3D Images and Animations for Property Exteriors, Interiors and Product

You need to find the right CGI design company that understands your pressures and delivers 3D architectural photomontage CGI that converts leads into sales. We want your imagery to work hard for you and give you value for money. We aim to make the CGI process simple so that you can concentrate on the next big thing.

Over the last 20 years, our clients have sold more than £16bn of property and products using our 3D CGI images and animations.

We work hard for your success by ensuring:

  • You can use compelling content across every channel
  • Your audience sees the content that it values the most
  • You benefit from the best of our creativity and technical expertise
  • You save time and money to spend on the next big thing

The future of 3D photomontage in architecture and design

As technology advances, 3D photomontage is quickly becoming a popular tool in the world of architecture and design. With the ability to create detailed and realistic 3D models, photomontage allows architects and designers to showcase their ideas in a more immersive and engaging way.

The future of 3D photomontage in architecture and design looks promising. With virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies, photomontage can be taken to the next level, allowing clients to experience their projects more interactively. This can lead to better communication between architects, designers, and clients, resulting in more successful projects.

In addition to its use in design and communication, photomontage can also be used for marketing purposes. With the ability to create stunning visualisations of projects, photomontage can be used to attract potential clients and investors.

Overall, the future of 3D photomontage in architecture and design is exciting. With continued advancements in technology, we can expect to see even more realistic and immersive visualisations of projects, leading to better communication, more successful projects, and greater marketing potential.

Choosing the right CGI design company for 3D photomontage work

When it comes to selecting a CGI design company for 3D photomontage, it’s crucial to consider a few key factors:

  • Ensure that the company has a strong portfolio of previous work, specifically in photorealistic 3D rendering.
  • Check if they have a skilled and experienced team of CGI artists who can deliver quality work within your given timeframe.
  • You should look for a company that works collaboratively with you to achieve your desired outcomes and is willing to make any necessary revisions until you’re satisfied with the final result. 
  • Assess their pricing structure and ensure that it aligns with your budget while still providing excellent value for money. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What is 3D photomontage?

  1. The 3D photomontage is a technique that combines a 3D model of a building or space with a photograph of the real-world environment in which it will be situated. The result is a highly realistic image that allows viewers to visualise how the building or space will look in its actual context.

How is 3D photomontage created?

  1. The process of creating a 3D photomontage typically involves three steps: modeling, texturing, and compositing. First, a 3D model of the building or space is created. Next, textures are added to the model to make it look more realistic. Finally, the 3D model is combined with a photograph of the real-world environment to create the final image.4

What are the benefits of using 3D photomontage?

  1. One of the main benefits of using 3D photomontage is that it allows architects and town planners to visualise how their projects will look in their real-world context. For this reason, it is often key in winning planning permission, especially in areas of natural beauty. Photomontage visualisations can help communicate ideas more effectively to clients and stakeholders. Additionally, 3D photomontage can be used for marketing purposes, as it allows potential clients to visualise a project before it is built.

Can 3D photomontage be used for interior design?

  1. Yes, 3D photomontage can be used for interior design as well as architecture. By creating a 3D model of an interior space and combining it with a photograph of the actual environment, designers can create highly realistic visualizations of their projects.

How does 3D photomontage differ from traditional rendering?

  1. 3D photomontage differs from traditional rendering in that it takes into account the real-world environment in which a building or space will be situated. By combining a 3D model with a photograph of the environment, photomontage creates a highly realistic image that allows viewers to visualize how the project will look in its actual context. Traditional rendering, on the other hand, typically creates images of the project in isolation, without taking into account its surrounding environment

Producing your 3D photomontage CGI should be simple and hassle-free allowing you to focus on other things.

See what clients Vistry Group, Wienerberger, and Trafford Housing Trust say about us below.

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"Image Foundry do a brilliant job, the price is right and the quality they produce is incredible. Just as importantly, they think of new ideas that might help me in my own business. People need to be able visualise their community and Image Foundry’s images and fly-throughs let customers immerse themselves in our developments."

"We worked with Image Foundry on some photorealistic scenes for a brand new interior product, which represented a diversification from the core portfolio. They were very well received internally and externally. The images gave the new product its own momentum and the website has even been entered for several awards."

"I have not found anybody else who can deliver the same level of quality and cost-effectiveness as Image Foundry. We have around 600 people on the waiting list for our Earlsbrook site and 100 of them came to look at the CGIs alone: they were really impressed with what they saw."