How to Take Premium 3D Photos in RoomSketcher
With RoomSketcher you can take gorgeous photo-realistic 3D images of any aspect of your design project. These images show rich colors, perfect lighting, and realistic shadows, just as if they were taken by a professional photographer inside a real interior.
The good news – you don’t have to be a professional to add these high-quality 3D photos to your project presentations – it’s easy with RoomSketcher.
Snapshots vs 3D Photos
RoomSketcher provides two levels of image quality: snapshots and 3D photos.
- Snapshots are free for all users and are great for trying out ideas and quickly viewing the results.
- 3D Photos are available with a RoomSketcher subscription and provide high-quality, photo-realistic images. These are typically used for websites, product presentations, and personal users who really want to experience their design.
How to Take 3D Photos
You can take 3D Photos while you are working on a project, or upgrade existing snapshots to 3D photos.
Step 1 - Take a Snapshot
In the RoomSketcher App, press the blue Camera icon, and rotate or move the camera into position. Double-click the camera or press Take Snapshot on the right-hand side. The snapshot appears in the top-right.
Step 2 - Generate a 3D Photo
Once you have taken a snapshot, press Generate 3D Photo on the right-hand side to upgrade the image to a stunning 3D Photo.
If you have a Free subscription, you can purchase 3D Photos using a credit card or Paypal. If you have a RoomSketcher subscription, you will use RoomSketcher Credits.
Make 3D Photos of Existing Snapshots
You can convert any snapshot that you have saved to the Image Gallery into a 3D Photo. From the RoomSketcher workspace, click Menu (the yellow button in the top left) and under Project, click 3D Photos. Then click Generate 3D Photo.
How to Download 3D Photos
You may want to download a 3D photo file to your computer so that you can add the image to your website, or other marketing material.
Navigate to the RoomSketcher Workspace, click Menu (the yellow button in the top left), and under Project, click 3D Photos. Then click on Details, you can then choose between Save to Disk or Print.