I find myself spending way too much time taking photos.
I became really quick, but anyways, it takes ages because RC needs so many images.
I saw some drawings in posts here that shows how one should take photos, but it seems that this doesn't really work for me:
- I either spend too much time on too many photos (giving me good results, but I can't spend so much time on taking photos).
- If I take the minimum amount of photos shown in one of the drawings (sorry, I don't find it anymore), the results aren't sufficient. For example, areas in my render may be blurry because I didn't get in close enough.
Does anybody know what I mean?
To sum it up:
If I take really much time and take many photos, it's very fine.
If I take the minimum of photos, it's not so great, I have blurry areas in the render.
If I would actually understand how RC, I could use it better, I think.
For example, I would like to ask if I need to provide enough images to give some "volume" information about an object, and RC will estimate the volume of the object and thus create the object from the volume?
If yes, in which way does it use color information? I have made the experience that for control points, color is very important.
If my assumption about the volume is correct, would it be sufficient to take some photos from far away so that RC has enough "volume information" to guess the shape, and then I make close up photos without any angles for the textures?
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