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Stockholm Central Station

Visualisations of Stockholm Central Station done purely in Photoshop, as an example of how photo manipulation is sometimes the most viable way to visualise.

An example that visualisation does not always include 3D and rendering, but can sometimes be done in a quicker and more efficient way by retouching in Photoshop.

The purpose of this visualisation, was to show the customer how a planned lighting solution would look on their façade, and how different parts of the solution worked individually. A daytime photo was taken and then turned into a night time image and cleaned of unwanted elements. Then the different parts of the lighting solution were painted into separate layers in close cooperation with the lighting designer. In the end the visualisations were shown to the customer, with different parts of the new solution turned on, one by one. 

This type of visualisation is a fast and cost-efficient way to show customers what a future installation will look like. While it is especially suited for light visualisations, it can easily be adapted to other fields, where existing elements are to be replaced with new ones.