How to detect 3D renders in architecture

There are some tricks to recognize a render. Besides the naked eye that sometimes is enough, let’s see some.

Looking people. In a render, there are usually no living beings because they are the most complicated to render. And if there are them, they tend to ” sing ” a lot.

Lights and shadows. It is difficult to faithfully render the incidence of light on objects and the shadows they produce. Generally, some inconsistencies can be detected.
Exterior. The most difficult textures to render are those of nature itself and the incidence of light in it. Observe the surfaces.
Excess brightness. It is a widespread defect. 3D infographics are usually very bright. Hyper-Olympic floors, immaculate crystals, Perfection. The blocks that are used as furniture are generally perfect, not a streak, not a dent, perfect corners, right light … The reality we know is not like that.
Flotation effect. Observe the objects on the ground. Do you have the feeling that they float? If yes, it is a 3D render, and probably wrong.

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