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I will be scanning a 6000sq ft office bldg. the offices are separated with glass walls that have Frosted glass stripes running the length of the wall. The stripes are about 2 ft high. Any advice on how to scan and mark this? My gut is telling me I'm in for quite a challenge.

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If you mark them as windows you won't be able to cross that line. So if you want to get to the next office it won't work.
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watch out for that Sun! if the outside offices are in direct sunlight it will be a pain.
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Thanks Guys,

I did a little test, I just need to be sure to mark the walls as mirrors!
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I mark the walls as windows on both sides to reduce blow back, mirrors can work too during the shoot. If you have an upstairs area to shoot, these can become obstacles you will need to remove prior to your upload.
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@Lizzg

Do you have the option to add plants in front of some of the glass?

Dan
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