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le_ptit_patapon

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I took lots of HD pictures, and I Hope it will finally give a result.
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Date Created 9/6/2011

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Nathanael Over 1 year ago
Greetings, le ptit patapon,

This is an improvement over your previous two synths, mainly because the brighter lighting makes it easier to capture shots which are not blurry.

I see that you did take two orbits of photos around the statue: one from higher and farther and one from the statue's level and closer. This is good, although it would also be good to have taken photos from at least four sides that show how to get from the higher angle to the lower one because Photosynth's matching only works well where the difference in camera angle between two photos that you want matched is 25 degrees or less.

I love the close shots that you took (especially of the face), however you should also be aware that Photosynth's matching only works well when a detail in the scene changes size in the camera's frame by a factor of two or less.
Nathanael Over 1 year ago
More information is available in the Photosynth Photography Guide: http://photosynth.net/help.aspx#photosynthhelp

Also, I have written up a longer explanation here: http://bit.ly/sinkorsynth

I am hoping that you will keep shooting and not give up.

All the best to you!
Your fellow photosynther, N
Nathanael Over 1 year ago
Two last thoughts:

When you pass behind the statue's head from the lower angle, the bright backlighting makes getting good exposure difficult. That is a good place to use your camera's flash in order to bring out the visual patterns in the statue's surface.

I do not know if you have already discovered the Photosynth viewer's 2D mode/Grid Mode, however viewing it can help you better see which groups or clusters of photos connected and which did not. I have found it to be a very useful tool.
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