April 2015 - Workshop in Barcelona

April 2015 - Workshop in Barcelona

April 2015 - Workshop in Barcelona

Couple of hours ago, I came back from Barcelona (Spain), where I led a workshop dedicated to architectural visualization in Rhinoceros, V-Ray and Photoshop. Once again (as two times before), it happened in McNeel's offices, thanks to iCreatia and SMD Architects - Thank you guys!

April 2015 - Workshop in Barcelona

During the first day it was cloudy and windy, but the other day, Barcelona shown me it's sunny face, so I had a great time to explore the city with my camera, which actually broke a week before that, but I took it with me anyway (some major problems with auto-focus) - so I have to get it fixed next week. Tip: Always make sure your bag is properly closed and zipped when carrying gear like DSLR, lenses and flashes... :/

April 2015 - Workshop in Barcelona

Barcelonetta is my fav part of Barcelona, with it's super tiny streets where you would be able to do a parkour in between balconies of opposite buildings!

April 2015 - Workshop in Barcelona

Showing me countless amazing views, I took plethora of nice pics, so it was super hard to pick just a few of them to show here. 

April 2015 - Workshop in Barcelona

As we do not have any beaches in Czech Republic, I took my chance and despite of like minus 20 degrees (I felt it that way!), I tried to walk in a water for a while. (Got sorethroat the other day... Regret nothing!)

April 2015 - Workshop in Barcelona

And let's get to the offices: We got students from several European countries and following the workflow of Rhinoceros, V-Ray and Photoshop, we were able to prepare pretty nice images of a beach house (actually we postproduced renders from our Forest house scene and turned it into a beach house.) Outputs were really amazing, our students did very good job!

April 2015 - Workshop in Barcelona

And of course, having some spanish drinks and food and talking about projects was an unforgetable part of the workshop :) Those who did not come... you should not miss such a great food and talk next time ;)

April 2015 - Workshop in Barcelona

And this little friend was hypnotizing me through the window when I tried to concentrate on work... such a cutie! :)

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