Office photogrammetry usecase problems

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    Henri_arforia
    Please help !
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    chris
    looks like a hard scene.

    i would try processing photos differently. you may need to try a few different things.

    i guess you would need to try and get as much texture/variation on the white chairs.

    though i would probably have a go at very flat photos, then adding a mirco contrast like clarity in lightroom.

    or going higher contrast photos, though you don't really want to blow out any the highlights.

    I think it will require experimentation
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    Wishgranter
    Hi henri
    Can you send me the original RAW files used for reconstruction ? As has Chris mentioned, white "featureless" subject are problematic to reconstruct in general... So it needs a proper planning on data capture...
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    Raghav
    Hi wishgranter,
    Could you suggest how to go about shooting in such difficult situations? Thanks
    Wishgranter wrote:
    Hi henri

    Can you send me the original RAW files used for reconstruction ? as Chris mentioned white "featureless" subject are problematic to reconstruct in general... So it need a proper planning on data capture...
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    Wishgranter
    Hi raghav
    Properly shot for photogrammetry, LOT of overlap, alternatively shoot with some projections for the walls. But remember photogrammetry has some limitations and white/dark, featureless stuff is always a problem... The best solution is to have this laser-scanned and use images for texturing only...
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    Lucia CR
    henri wrote:
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    Barbara
    Hi, I just love the way you decor the home office. I will surely follow it. I have just shifted to Sydney, Australia and looking to buy furniture and lighting for home office like desk and chairs. Thanks for images for taking idea!
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    MikeS11
    Wishgranter wrote:
    Hi raghav
    Properly shot for photogrammetry, LOT of overlap, alternatively shoot with some projections for the walls. But remember photogrammetry has some limitations and white/dark, featureless stuff is always a problem... The best solution is to have this laser-scanned and use images for texturing only...


    Hi, I was wondering what affordable scanner would you recommend for an enthusiast who wants to recreate personal cottages or homes?

    I am currently on a monthly subscription through steam but would like to see how I could use laser scanning for interiors.

    I mean I could redo everything in blender or modo and retexture the images.. But was hoping to understand a good laser solution.

    Thx!
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    Götz Echtenacher
    Just my 10 cents:

    For the way the images are taken (more or less all in one plane above the ground = chin height) I think that the result is not bad at all! Especially since the colours are a nightmare (black AND shiny table)!
    So I think you can be pleased with what you accomplished in the first go.


    PS There is no magic button! :D
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