Author Topic: Swiss Delights  (Read 9842 times)

2016-05-22, 10:26:48

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Hello all,

Here is a personal project of mine where I decided to create some “still life” images based on some Swiss foods. I used photogrammetry to create the models in Agisoft and Corona to render the images.

C&C welcome!

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2016-05-22, 11:25:08
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Fritzlachatte

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Just wow!

I think this is the best/ tasty virtual sausage I have seen so far.
But verything looks delicious. I wouldn´t say typical swiss, but I will go out and buy some challah today!

2016-05-22, 12:24:55
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arrival

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just fantastic  :-)

2016-05-23, 15:00:33
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dartofang

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nice set of models.. ;)

2016-05-23, 16:32:06
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Dang, been a long time since I've seen such realistic set of 3d food. Nice job!

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2016-05-23, 16:57:11
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Tetsuoo

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I'm speechless. And hungry lol I love those kind of bread

2016-05-23, 19:17:59
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Thanks everybody for your comments!

@Fritzlachatte your right the salami is Italian but everything else is Swiss I promise!

2016-05-23, 19:55:52
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Great work on those tasty little things :) How many photos did you take for each one of them and what kind of background did you use ?

/DIA

2016-05-23, 20:12:05
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Hey Dia, I took about 90 photos per object. I photographed each object at three angles(Top, Side, and Bottom 30x photos each) in a light tent with a white background on a turntable. 

2016-05-23, 20:29:59
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Holy CheeseNomnom ! You got my food respect level 9999 :D
It looks quite tasty from here I'm enjoying the hires... Well done chef !

2016-05-23, 20:36:16
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Hi PMVis, would you mind to show your light tent setup, especially light rig. I tried photogrametry few times with very mixed results - would like to try to get more controlable output.

Great renderings, by the way!
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2016-05-23, 21:30:10
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Hey Dia, I took about 90 photos per object. I photographed each object at three angles(Top, Side, and Bottom 30x photos each) in a light tent with a white background on a turntable.

Thanks :) Really well done!

2016-05-24, 02:21:50
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mikenz

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Even gluten-free vegans must admit this looks pretty tasty

2016-05-24, 10:51:25
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Congratulations , great result very iper realistic.

2016-05-24, 19:52:22
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Hi PMVis, would you mind to show your light tent setup, especially light rig. I tried photogrametry few times with very mixed results - would like to try to get more controlable output.

Great renderings, by the way!

Sure Romullus, I used this quite inexpensive light tent(pic attached). It's just a light tent with a lamp above and one each side. I used a tripod and a remote controller for my camera to ensure the images were as sharp as possible. This tutorial really helped me with the process!