Only half of the object is modelled, why?

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    Y


    Still quite strange...

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    Y

    some more raw photos for the above.

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    Götz Echtenacher

    Hi Y,

    I suspect that not all of your images are aligned in one component, otherwise all the thumbnails would have a green dot in the top right corner...

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    Y

    Thanks then how to secure that all photos are aligned?

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    Götz Echtenacher

    FAQ has a first aid post for that - basically it's about optimizing workflow and/or more/better images.

    There are also plenty of discussions here in the forum about this topic...

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    Y

    Thanks a lot then I will read them.

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    ShadowTail

    You are taking pictures of an object on a floor that shows a lot of reflections. That is terrible for alignment.

    Also, you need to get a lot closer to your object. It should cover about 80% of the photo.

    You want to use a high F-Stop value to preserve some depth of field.

    You also want to use a tripod for the camera so you can take pictures at the lowest ISO level your camera can manage.

    Ideally you want to use a turntable and a lightbox for these types of objects.

     

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    Götz Echtenacher

    Hey ShadowTail,

    thanks for the summary - I thought we've covered it often enough in the last few months!  :-)

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