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Computer Graphics for Landscape Architects: An Introduction is an introductory text that focuses on the computer programs most commonly used by the Landscape Architecture Profession, unlike many manuals that are typically geared toward other design fields, such as Architecture, Graphic Design or Engineering. Presented at a basic level, this resource does not require extensive computer knowledge to comprehend the material. Visual references are found throughout with Charrettes exercises that illustrate examples of the final computer graphic illustration. Computer Graphics for Landscape Architects includes the use of projects that directly relate to the profession, and tutorials that provide practical application of knowledge in the field. Online updates and will cover program upgrades and new technology or programs as they change. This step-by-step guide is useful for beginning students of Landscape Architecture as well as for the designer that doesn't have the time or assistance to learn a new program.
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