Depicted here are several visually accurate photomontages of a Tasmanian Government project. I used Photoshop, 3DS Max and AutoCAD to create these images.
The Tasmanian Government is proposing a $750-million new bridge to be the new Northern gateway into Hobart and to accommodate future traffic growth.
The plan on the left shows the location of the proposed bridge and where photomontage locations were established. I use a process involving GIS location, surveying techniques, photographic data and 3D modelling tools to create highly accurate images that are a true visual representation of the proposal.
Description of montages from the Top:
1. This montage depicts a possible view from an old heritage-listed causeway that would run alongside the new proposed bridge. Through this montage I am also proposing to create a linear park along the old causeway.
2. This montage depicts an accurate view from the proposed bridge roadway level, looking North away from Hobart.
3. This montage depicts an accurate view from the proposed bridge roadway level, looking towards Hobart. The view aims to depict a sense of what the new entrance way to Hobart would look like.