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  • Exporting Revit Renderings+ Photoshop EditingRevit has the ability to produce photo-realistic renderings of buildings and land-scapes. In order to make these renderings appear even more realistic, inserting people into the buildings and landscape help to animate the spaces that were de-signed. Since Revit has an insufficient library of realistic people, we must turn to other resources to enhance our renderings.

    One of the best places to look for free people for renderings is Immediate Entourage. www.immediateentourage.com

    Here you can browse for people doing a variety of activities, site furniture, and landscape components.

    Revit View

    Revit Rendering

    Revit Rendering + Photoshop

    Once you have found an image that you would like to use in your rendering, you must save it. Create a folder in a location where you can easily access these images again Click on the image, once the image is on the grey screen-->right click --> save image as --> name the imagethe file type will automatically save as a .PNG (do not change this file type because the image will no longer have a transparent background) --> press SAVE You can then go back using the back ar-row of your internet browser to search for more images. Save these images the same way.

  • Exporting Revit Renderings+ Photoshop Editing

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    Revit Rendering + Photoshop

    In Revit, after you have rendered your image, save the rendering to the project as well as export the image. Create a new folder in a location where you can easily access the images again To export, click EXPORT --> name the file, file type should be a .JPG --> press SAVE

    **Always remember to SAVE and synchronize your Revit model.

  • Exporting Revit Renderings+ Photoshop Editing

    Revit View

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    Revit Rendering + Photoshop

    Animating your Renderings in Adobe Photoshop

    Open Adobe Photoshop --> File, OPEN (find the location of the image to beedited) select the .JPG image

    Save a new copy of your image --> File, SAVE AS --> file name_rendered.psdselect photoshop in the drop down menu for file type

  • Exporting Revit Renderings+ Photoshop Editing

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    Revit Rendering + Photoshop

    Now you are ready to insert your people. File --> Place --> find the folder with the people/images you saved --> select the image to be placed in the rendering --> press ENTER

    Once the image appears in the rendering, it will be on its own Photoshop layer. This woman is obviously too large for this view of the rendering. Hold down the SHIFT key and toggle the arrows of the grey box surround ing the image to rescale the person to fit in the rendering. **remember to save the Photoshop file (.PSD) intermittently.

  • Exporting Revit Renderings+ Photoshop Editing

    Revit View

    Revit Rendering

    Revit Rendering + Photoshop

    After you are satisfied with your rendering, it is time to save the rendering in a format that you can use in a presentation.

    File, SAVE AS --> file name_rendered_flattened.pdf --> Press SAVE (in the drop down menu for file type, select Photoshop PDF)

    Now you must flatten your image to reduce the file size. Layer --> Flatten Image File --> Save

    ** All of your layers have now been deleted to reduce the file size(dont worry, that is why we saved a copy as a .psd to preserve all the layers and editing capa-bilities of the file.)

    Now your rendering looks even better and you are ready to place it into your presentation material.