To build realistic scenes, often times it is faster to add people, trees, cars and other assets using Photoshop rather than rendering all of them in your 3D rendering. If done well, the results can often be nearly just as believable, but can be much faster as rendering trees, people, cars and other assets can dramatically slow down the computer's processing.

A few excellent resource for finding already clipped people, trees, cars etc. are:

Immediate Entourage

However, when you know just a couple tricks, you can do it yourself very quickly.

This example below is entirely Photoshop using elevation drawings.
People and trees were added in to create more life to the scene, below.



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