I’ve posted about the Trojan House by Jackson Clements Burrows Architects almost a year ago and seeing Behrendt’s rendered versions based on it on the forums sparked the Render vs. Photo theme I play with all over again. As you can see in the image above, even though he didn’t actually went for total resemblance, the match is really good!
Behrendt made two more renders with similar viewpoint to original photos taken for this house by photographer Emma Cross. Again, not aiming to look-alike completely, but very interesting to see that interpretation.
Here is the first…
I like these attempts and studies based on real photography, since you learn a lot from trying to mimic the photographer and his camera, so I’m making a dedicated category for it on the blog and invite you all to share your works with us on the forums and i’ll make sure to plug it in here too.
An additional great case study can be seen at the post about the Dolomites House by JM Architecture with the rendered versions of it by Bertrand and hcpiter. I hope to be able to post more of these on a regular basis so if you see something you like, let me know.
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