Our users posted so many great images on the forums this year! We obviously can't show you everything, but here's a roundup of some of the beautiful renders you all showed us in 2017. We absolutely love seeing work from our users, and it is truly an honor to see SU Podium used to bring these projects to life. Thank you all so much for another wonderful year!
In addition to the above, here are a few projects with several images each, which work better as "sets."
Zeus Shih - Week of Renders - Portfolio
The ability to link multiple Podium panorama renders into a single comprehensive "Tour" via embedded hotspots was an exciting addition to the SU Podium ecosystem. Tours creates an immersive, interactive experience that lets you go above and beyond client expectations.
One of the most ambitious projects we saw all year was a remarkably detailed residential visualization by long time Podium user Nat Ellis from JB Architecture.
Nat created 14 Podium panoramas, including the four shown above, and linked them into a Panorama tour. This lets you walk through an entire two-story home, room to room, and presents an impressively true-to life vision of what the home would look like before construction even begins.
ProWalker GPU is a photorealistic visualization and camera animation plugin for SketchUp, which allow users to create high quality still images, fly-through animations, or time-lapse videos from SketchUp models. Powered by NVIDIA Iray.
Nick Harvey examines a user-submitted interior and presents suggestions to improve the image. Topics include lighting, composition, materials, and post-processing for interior rendering.Read here
In our second before-and-after, Nick Harvey analyzes a user-submitted exterior render and offers a list of tips and best-practices to take your Podium exterior images to the next level.Read here
In this tutorial, we offer tips and tricks for studio or editorial style rendering with ProWalker GPU. Topics covered include two catalogue style furniture setups, and an automotive render.Read here