3D Box Shots
How to Make Box Shots
We firmly believe that 3D Box Shot Pro is the best software on the market for making box shots. The combination of high quality models, advanced lighting, soft shadows, realistic reflections, depth mapping and environment effects mean that 3D Box Shot Pro can create in realtime images that would take hours to render in a ray tracing program.
- 3D Box Shot Pro features eight different types of software boxes:
- 001. The Vista Style Box
- Still popular after all these years, this is the Vista Box Model in 3D Box Shot Pro:
002. The Flap Top Box Shot
This box shot model features a flap on top of the box. This serves a dual function of making the top panel of the box shot more visible at certain angles. It also make the software box like like it has been opened.
003. Box Shot with CD on the Side
It's surprisingly difficult to balance a CD of the side of a real software box without it rolling away or slipping over. Fortunately we don't have to be bothered by the laws of physics in 3D Box Shot Pro!
004. Software Box CD Front
Once again this is a difficult pose to setup with a real software box because the disc keeps slipping over! This box shot model shows the cover of the CD. If you've gone to the trouble of designing a CD cover, your might as well show it off!
005. Box Shot
Without any adornments of frippery, this is the classic spartan box shot.
006. Thin Box Shot
This box shot is very conscious of its figure.
007. Box Shot Bundle
This box shot may be morbidly obese but it serves a valuable function. If you ever need to bundle products together, having an easy way to show this visually can really help you sell the deal.
008. Box Shot Bundle with CD