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ben629 private msg quote post Address this user
so i just did a shoot for a anytime fitness and i was wonder if i could get some tips and advice on my shoot.... the overall scan i would say is good but it just doesnt look crisp or as good as picture quality as it could be

here is the link to the shoot
https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=yW9M1dHR8x5


my second question is what is the best way to do a walk thru of a property so then i can put the walk thru on a website to so how the matterport program works
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360Verbeelding private msg quote post Address this user
Hi Ben629. for a first scan it looks very good. you mastered the technics well. Done a great job with the mirrors.
You could take out a couple of scans that show the camera realy good in the mirrors, And at the entrance just leave the san taken in between the windows. Lots of scans are taken where the camera blends in with the surroundings in the mirrors so i woukd leave that.

That you think it doesn't look crisp is because of the fluorescent lighting. This kind of light is not very photogenetic. Nothing you can do about that. But the whole space is evenly lit and gives great detail.

Keep it up, great job.

Happy scanning,
grtz Rene.
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ron0987 private msg quote post Address this user
@Ben629, I think it looks good, I think the time of scan was good, obviously its a business where the time you can scan is limited, but with the windows up front you were not dealing with sunlight on top of everything else.
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