It is always good to explore different cameras on the scene. Perspective and framing are great resources to explore the artistic part of our work, and fish eye cameras are one of my favorite tools to go deeper on that concept.
On this project, we created two versions of the same space: a dark and yellow version and a clear and red version. You can check out the 360 version of it through the link below.
Dark tones embraces the furnitures as a clean, sophisticated mood melts through the lights on this project. A tribute to youth, as the vanishing point directs the project through it's own essence, towards sunlight.
We tried a different approach on this project: instead of going through the same cameras we see in every project, we took a ride on the fisheye, 360 panorama experience, which is the future of archviz.
If you want to see the full project, visit our behance:
DARK AS THE NIGHT
The black ceiling is balanced with
the wooden floor. Soft fabrics, aligned with vase plants and slightly lighter walls, creates a warm and cozy room.
A glimpse of the future through different perspectives. In this project, we’ve explored 360º panoramas and wide cameras to show the maximum amplitude of the environment.
IT’S ALL ABOUT THE DETAILS
Closer cameras can show specific parts of the project that normally wouldn’t be highlighted.