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It is necessary to interpret while creating images; it always reveals a point of view. Hence the importance to keep asking what the main statement shall be and which image compositions shall be the main focus of attention. The main goal of every visualisation is to draw the attention to the important image components. Most of the time, this also brings the best results.

In project visualisation, image montage tries to anticipate a possible reality. A draft design is often applied to a real situation in order to simulate how a building, which has not been built yet, would look like from a determined position. However, it is problematic that each building pictured loses its characteristic quality with the missing third dimension. Spatial connections can only be implied. The creation of a specific atmosphere in the image is an aspect as important as the indication of the spatial and architectural connections.