Author Topic: Nut-o-grammetry  (Read 9974 times)

2018-04-28, 21:22:31
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LuckyFox

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some more photogrammetry stuff, all rendered with Corona.



2018-04-30, 21:18:36
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Excellent work, well done +1

Sounds like you weren't particularly happy with either Photoscan or Reality Capture, but you ended up using Photoscan(?)

2018-05-01, 18:44:34
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LuckyFox

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Thank you, chwidd. These latest ones are done with RC.

2018-05-02, 15:09:28
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VizRepublic

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Fantastic Work! Results are amazing!

2018-05-11, 16:05:41
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2021-07-19, 15:42:39
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Some more scanned stuff, rendered with Corona.

2021-07-19, 15:44:19
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Some more

2021-07-19, 15:46:23
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LuckyFox

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And the last batch for today

2021-07-19, 22:17:27
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Looks solid,

I am thinking into getting into photogrammetry myself, are there any resources that are helpful for starting out?

What lens/camera settings do you recommend?

2021-07-19, 23:29:11
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LuckyFox

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Looks solid,

I am thinking into getting into photogrammetry myself, are there any resources that are helpful for starting out?

What lens/camera settings do you recommend?

There are lots of videos with tips on youtube. Personally, I get my basic knowledge of photogrammetry from the one and only Bertrand. I perfected my skill over the years, there are things you get to understand only by trying and failing.
https://bertrand-benoit.com/blog/the-poor-mans-guide-to-photogrammetry/

The scans in the start of this topic are done with Nikon D90 and a kit lens 18-105mm. So it doesn't need a lot of money to start with photogrammetry. The later ones from page 2 are with D850 and a prime macro lens 105mm or for bigger subjects a Zeiss Milvus 35mm. Some scans are shot with f8 aperture some others with f16(regardless of the diffraction adding up). Good luck!

2021-07-21, 21:46:06
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Great! Thanks for the link/tips

2021-07-22, 14:19:01
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LuckyFox

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Great! Thanks for the link/tips
No problem, please share your results when you get to it.

Some fresh scans from this week:

2021-08-06, 23:33:02
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fresh scans

2021-08-16, 10:32:00
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Some more fresh scans.

2021-08-26, 23:09:44
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New scans, green power