Landscape Vision, landscape designing, landscape design, landscaping, garden design, gardening software, windows landscape design, windows landscape design software, home design software, home landscape design, XP, Vista, Windows 2000
Landscape Vision, landscape designing, landscape design, landscaping, garden design, gardening software, windows landscape design, windows landscape design software, home design software, home landscape design, XP, Vista, Windows 2000
 
Landscape Vision, landscape designing, landscape design, landscaping, garden design, gardening software, windows landscape design, windows landscape design software, home design software, home landscape design, XP, Vista, Windows 2000
Landscape Vision, landscape designing, landscape design, landscaping, garden design, gardening software, windows landscape design, windows landscape design software, home design software, home landscape design, XP, Vista, Windows 2000
Landscape Vision, landscape designing, landscape design, landscaping, garden design, gardening software, windows landscape design, windows landscape design software, home design software, home landscape design, XP, Vista, Windows 2000

Landscape Vision Screenshot


Here is a screenshot from the Landscape Vision application. Even though the screenshot here shows a screen that is slightly less than full screen (like version 5 was), when you buy version 6 (the current version which you'll get if you order from the button above), you'll get a Landscape Vision application that will use your full screen.

Check out the simple navigation menu. The 8 navigation buttons and 6 drop-down menus make total sense, right off the bat. You load in a photo, then from the drop-down menu select a Free-Form Hardscapes fill pattern type for walkways or mulch beds, then select one of the patterns on the right, and drag the mouse cursor to define an area—returning to your starting point. The area fills automatically. Do this for all the mulch or walkways areas you want to add to the photo.

Next, select a plant type on the Select Plant Type drop-down menu, then select one of the plants on the right, and drag the mouse cursor to where you want this plant on the photo. Right click and then choose a percent between 10 and 100 for the plant size. Continue to place plants as needed. (Hint: place farthest away—highest on the screen—plants first, and have them be smaller than closer/lower plants, to provide perspective.) Plants are easy to select and delete, move, flip, or resize. But be careful with Free-Form Hardscapes, because only the last one you did is deletable (by clicking on the Trash icon at the bottom of the screen). But even if you mess up, you can use lawn hardscape patterns to cover a mulch area you've changed your mind about.

Save occasional Landscape Vision Snapshots as you work. They allow you to go back and add to earlier—less finished—versions of your creations even if you just finished a version of your dream landscape. Major revisions are easier if you go back to an early snapshot of your creation—which is why you should save frequent snapshots. You can always add more plants and hardscapes to any snapshot. But you may only delete and move and resize plants if you're still working on your creation without having used the Save to Gallery button to save your design. Snapshots are fine, recommended, and don't affect your ability to delete, move, or resize plants. It's a good idea to make several versions of your landscape design and save each as snapshots with different names.


Landscape Vision Screenshot
Landscape Vision Screenshot




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