I have a jpg of a 3D rendering (see attached Rehab 8 Final). I do not have the original 3D Max files in which it was created.
The color rendition and lighting is wrong.
The rendering is dull.
The paint color in the rendering has to be adjusted to reflect better the true paint color's depth and the way it would look when the lighting above hits it.
The carpet looks old and dull and in reality it is a really bright carpet.
The beauty of the natural sunlight does not show how it would reflect inside...
I'd like to know if it is possible to photohop this and still have it print at a good resolution without printing problems, or if there is another way to edit the rendering to have it brighter, have colors more saturated and have it look fresh, crisp and new.
I am attaching an example of a rendering that even though the colors are not bright, the lighting is done right and the space looks bright.
I am also attaching an example of the Sky Tiles above- these actually should brighten up the space, not wash it out. They are not to look like regular flourescent lights, but sky tiles.
Please let me know cost, turn around time and any questions.
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