Our company converts motorcycles into 3-wheeled vehicles in a unique leaning front trike design. The converted vehicle has improved stability and performance while retaining the cornering characteristics of the original motorcycle.
We regularly need to take a customer's photo and alter it to show how it will look with our product installed. To do this requires cutting the front fork and the front wheel out of the photo and adding two wheels in the correct position and perspective, along with some undercarriage and bodywork.
We want a photorealistic result. This means erasing components that don't belong in the picture, filling in the voids, and picking up on the lighting and shadows and background of the original photo.
To achieve the desired result you will need an intuitive grasp of geometry and perspective and solid skills with Photoshop and Illustrator or other photo editing and illustration programs.
Once we're working efficiently we're expecting most jobs to take less than an hour and sometimes several images can be completed in two hours. It's not important to model every chrome component in exacting detail. We're trying to give a general sense of what the bike will look like, and do it realistically enough that the photoillustration does not distract from the perception.
I am attaching two photos here (one above the other in a single image): one a typical customer photo, the other a crude rendering of the installed product with lots of photoshop defects and missing components. If you're interested you should be prepared to demonstrate your skills using this photo. We will pay the successful applicant at the fixed price for the completed work on this item and will provide additional items ad hoc thereafter--i.e., on no fixed schedule, usually one or two at a time.
There are some geometry problems with this image that make it unusable. Don't work on the photo or submit an example without contacting me for specific information on the product. Thank you!
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