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I wanted to use 3D MAX to create architectural renders, but I have a Mac, so I am looking into Blender as an alternative solution.

The models look amazing and the rendering is fab, but I am struggling to find a tutorial to help me superimpose my model onto the photograph of a street or equivalent. I have to supply images of the model in situ, so I am really hoping there is a way. Please can someone help me?

Thank you

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If you want to place your models so they look like they are part of a photograph, you should be looking for VFX (video effects) tutorials.
CG Geek has a few on YouTube, where he adds objects to video footage, but the same techniques apply for still photographs. Blender Guru has some too. Try searching for "How to render onto a photo background" on his website.

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