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3D architectural rendering has been considered as one of the biggest advancement in technology which has the power to break or make the project. This can act as a great presentation tool for landscape design, architecture or real estate to bring in potential clients. If done right it has the potential to change the game in various ways. As can be understood from above that rendering is an important tool to win clients but it is equally important to know the advantages and disadvantages of using the tool in-house.
Advantages of in-house rendering
Controlling Cost: If rendering is done by you or someone in your company, you have complete control over the cost. Its budget can be based on the time of your availability or based on time of your teammate’s availability and nothing will come as surprise elements. So, in case of projects involving huge investment, this shall act as a boon.
Controlling the processes: Not just cost but by executing rendering in-house you can have complete control over the changes. This helps in applying changes to your design as and when needed and restructuring the plans following the creative process.
Additional Skill Set: 3D rendering is a lucrative field so having it in place can help in improving the marketability. Learning it for yourself will add to the personal skills and can also use it as the selling point in your system.
Disadvantages of in-house rendering
Time commitment: It is through outsourcing or doing rendering yourself; it can be handled but the initial time investment cannot be overlooked. If you wish to hire professionals to do this job, it may also consume a lot of your time and efforts, so it a better option to give to some freelancer to do it on your behalf.
Divided attention and time: Another disadvantage of doing rendering in-house is it requires a lot of time and attention and it becomes difficult to put in so many efforts with clients and projects in hand. 3D architectural designs remain to highly time-consuming so it requires both times in learning and implementing, so it is better to hire someone, who knows it already.
Concerns with Liability: The last disadvantage of having in-house rendering is a liability. You are solely responsible for all you make with no one to take cover-up in case you have made mistakes. This is a major concern especially when you have learned everything yourself.
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