Turntable issues

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    Steff
    kkk... fill everything that is not the subject (on your photos) with a solid color.

    the problem here is that RC uses ALSO the background to align your images.. in the case of walking around the subject, the background changes... unlike in your turntable where all the background is static.

    hope that helps 8-)
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    Wishgranter
    Hi rfranks

    As Steff has said + my remarks:

    1. the actual subject is only on 10-15% of the sensor space, get closer or use zoom.

    2. the captured subject looks like a plastic or fur toy, at least according to the images, that can be problematic with feature detection -> proper alignment

    3. use some help for the alignment, put, say, newspaper under the subject to help the overall alignment quality.
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    rfranks
    Thanks guys, the plush toy was just a test piece, we'll eventually be looking to do food shots for a client, ie see the banana below that was shot by walking around the banana (mind you that was only with 30 photos, so it was a rough test). The client wants about 400 food shots done, which we're now thinking a QTVR approach might be better for time's sake.

    But for the future, we'll definitely try filling the frame better and using the newspaper idea.

    Thanks.
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    martinb
    Hi rfranks

    For objects with a weak texture it is recommended to group camera parameters. You can make RC to group camera parameters automatically using EXIF when images are add (set true to Application Settings\Import settings\Group calibration by exif) or you can trigger grouping by clicking "Group" button in "Inputs" panel which is opened, when you click on "Images" root in 1Ds.
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    volome
    Maybe I am wrong with this statement,

    To use a turntable is not so good idea because the photos do not have true disparity.
    Maybe a good thing to move the camera 1 or 2 cm and take a new session and process the 2 session together.

    I hope I an wrong (because it would make it more easy for me also)


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    rfranks
    Ok thanks guys, things to ponder.
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    Paul Hailes
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    harsh

    hey rfranks , i was going to start some photogrammtery for my client but i am unable to gaurantee my client for photorealistic reallt as my food photogrammy test are not going well even with simple burger

    I placed my burger on tripod stand with small peice of circular white cardboard then I rotate around the object and having flash off  apperture f/6 but images were not allign i took 30-40 photos to cover 360 degree 

    If you have expeirence in food photogrammy then brother please tell me also how to do food photogrammerty for pastas  and any liquid dishes 

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