This was mainly a bit of field research to see how many photos I should expect to dedicate to different parts of the building in order to come out to a satisfactory degree.
As with many of my tests, it was shot fast and sloppy. The white balance is way off, shots aren't level, shots are blurry from moving the camera when shooting, shots are horribly framed, etc. etc.
I'm encouraged, overall. I'll have to be more patient next time, obviously, but I wasn't sure that the majority of this was going to hang together. The parts that disintegrated are largely the fault of blur or of me cutting corners in my coverage where I shouldn't have.
The geometry is very simple here, but the complication is that everything is very shiny and very big. I'd like to integrate the front and back doors as well as the rest of the first floor, but I'm going to have to be very disciplined in which shots I choose because I have yet to see a synth succeed with 2000 or more good clear photos as input.