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Scanning home + detached garage238

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Any help in this one would be helpful. Never have done a home with an attached garage but the client wants it all to mesh together. I think it should work out ?? Comments?
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Make sure you pick a good time so there is no direct sunlight (overcast or early/late afternoon is best) and then work your way through to the garage. Once you have completed, duplicate and then delete some of the walkway scans if you like. Don't delete all of them, as you will still need to get there in walk mode.
Not knowing what the area between the house and garage is like, so hard to give any detailed advice
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To echo what Jamie said. No direct sunlight. Twilight or overcast is good. It is hard to get more than 10-20 good scans before the lighting changes so plan it out. Hope it goes well!
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Canada private msg quote post Address this user
Thanks for the heads up guys!
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