Daniel Ewald, landscape architect MNLA

Visualising landscape architecture: Combination techniques

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Perspective from in-progress proposal for the new harbour-front park at Sandvika.

How is your workflow when creating visuals for your project? Through a range of projects I’ve explored several approaches to visualisation, and presently I feel most comfortable with the combined use of traditional techniques and available software. The reason for this is the desire to add a personal depth to the image, which, in my opinion, is harder to achieve solely through the use of digital renderings. This post will explain the steps used in creating the perspective image above. Read the rest of this entry »

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Photoshop – Using Load into Stack’s ‘Smart Object’ to clear or fill urban spaces

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These posts will show some quick and easy examples of how to make use of Photoshop’s analytic qualities using the Content Aware FillPuppet Warp and Load Into Stack tools. This final post will reveal additional uses of the Load Into Stack script.

A special thanks to Eirik Dalland from Grindaker Landscape Architects for the tutorial images in these posts. The images were used in Dalland’s lectures in LAD100 – Introduction to digital tools, held at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, January 2013. Read the rest of this entry »

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Photoshop – Using Load into Stack to show seasonal changes

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These posts will show some quick and easy examples of how to make use of Photoshop’s analytic qualities using the Content Aware FillPuppet Warp and Load Into Stack tools. This third post concerns the Load Into Stack script.

A special thanks to Eirik Dalland from Grindaker Landscape Architects for the tutorial images in these posts. The images were used in Dalland’s lectures in LAD100 – Introduction to digital tools, held at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, January 2013. Read the rest of this entry »

Filed under: Photoshop, Tricks of the trade

Photoshop – Using Puppet Warp to straighten panoramic scenes

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These posts will show some quick and easy examples of how to make use of Photoshop’s analytic qualities using the Content Aware FillPuppet Warp and Load Into Stack tools. Second post up is the Puppet Warp.

A special thanks to Eirik Dalland from Grindaker Landscape Architects for the tutorial images in these posts. The images were used in Dalland’s lectures in LAD100 – Introduction to digital tools, held at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, January 2013. Read the rest of this entry »

Filed under: Photoshop, Tricks of the trade

Photoshop – Using Content Aware Fill to remove undesired objects from a scene

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The upcoming four posts will show some quick and easy examples of how to make use of Photoshop’s analytic qualities using the Content Aware Fill, Puppet Warp and Load Into Stack tools. First up is the Content Aware Fill.

A special thanks to Eirik Dalland from Grindaker Landscape Architects for the tutorial images in these posts. The images were used in Dalland’s lectures in LAD100 – Introduction to digital tools, held at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences, January 2013. Read the rest of this entry »

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