Videotutorial: photography for photogrammetry

From the official YouTube channel of the company 3Dflow, this tutorial is not focused on the photogrammetry software 3DF Zephyr, but rather on how to take good pictures for photogrammetry in general.

This tutorial doesn’t simply explain the overlap requirements or the classic acquisition techniques, but rather delves deep into more advanced techniques (for example, using a projected pattern to help the structure from motion phase) after first explaning even the basics of photography (depth of field, iso speed, etc.).

Sometimes learning 3d scanning is not just about learning the software: learning acquisition techniques and how to setup your devices (including your camera!) are essential concepts that are often overlooked.

Watch the tutorial on the official 3Dflow YouTube channel:

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