Lumion’s popular with architects and designers because it’s so quick to learn and to get beautiful results.
If you’ve downloaded a Lumion trial or have just bought the software and need some tips on getting started, these short tutorial videos are a great way to learn.
Take a guided tour of Lumion 10
Lumion 10 builds on the tradition of making 3D rendering a stress-free part of architectural workflows. Simply imagine how you want to show your design and Lumion 10 can help you quickly bring that vision to life.
To discover all that Lumion 10 has to offer, and learn a few tips and tricks along the way, check out the Lumion 10 overview tutorial with Mike Brightman.
Made in version: Lumion 10.0 Pro.
Lumion 10 tour of new features
From Chris Welton (CWeltonDesign): In this hour long video, it shows you an overview of all of the new features that come in Lumion 10
Learn Lumion 10
From Minh Tran at Architecture Inspirations. Another great 1 hour video going through the very basics of using Lumion as well as new features like Displacement material property, Paint Placement Tool, Fine Detail Nature Objects, High quality preview, Aurora Borealis Effect, etc.
Photo Matching Tutorial
Photo Matching (available in Lumion 10 Pro) is a helpful tool when you need to quickly show your architectural design in the context of a real-life photograph. To follow along the tutorials, download the photo that is used in the video’s Photo Matching demonstration
In Tutorial 1 of our three-part Photo Matching series, you’ll learn in this quick start video some of the basics of this feature. The other two videos will focus on more advanced uses of this tool.
In Tutorial 2, you’ll learn how to add your model in Lumion to a slightly more complex photograph, helping you save time when showing what your design will look like placed in its real-life, future setting.
In Tutorial 3 you’ll learn some complex, in-depth uses of the Photo Matching feature available in Lumion 10 Pro. You’ll learn how to add your model into a photograph that has both foreground and background elements.
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