3D, VR, 360° and Street View Photographers  |  Real Estate Agents  |  3rd Party Service Providers
Should I buy a Camera? Quiz How Much to Start 3D Tour Business? Calculate How Much Can I Make as a Pro? Calculate Win More Listings? Calculate
Need a 3D/VR/360°/Street View Photographer? 3,138 We Get Around Network Members in 103 Countries! Ask For FREE referral!
WGAN-TV: Upcoming
Event Livestream
6:30 to 8:30 pm ET
Tuesday, 22 August 2017
Join Virtual Studio Audience WGAN-TV Program Schedule | Need Help?
We Get Around Network Forum
AdviceCameraCaptureScanStrategy

Last model is very bright3093

Basic
Member
Wyzlo private msg quote post Address this user
My last models are to bright

Hi Yesterday was a beautiful Day !!

Beautiful blue sky, that made the garden and the pool looks like Alice in Wonderland.

But the results I see are to bright
All the magic has disappeared...

We prepare the house for one week
(gardeners, cleaning, etc.)

So is any way to reduce lightness (exposure)?

But this one is a very important job
all the charming of the House is gone... this pictures are way to far of this warm house.

Even the rooms that are very cozy have to much Bright.
An this make a import lost of colors.

I need to back today to finish the job
what you see was 7 hours,
I don't want to do it again
but i'm not happy with this results.

Shanti


Any suggestion?

regards
daniel
Post 1 • IP   flag post
3rd Party
Service
ArtisticConcepts private msg quote post Address this user
The last scan I did featured red textured wallpaper and mixed lighting types. I was not pleased with the first process (and I trimmed one wall too close) so I re uploaded it. The second processing seemed washed out, so I uploaded it again. Third process was best! My suggestion would be to reprocess until it turns out how you like. (If you have time and bandwidth, of course)
Post 2 • IP   flag post
Standard
Member
Lizzg private msg quote post Address this user
Try starting with an outside facing exposure first? Perhaps you could rescan some of the outside views? Also, often in photography, I am not happy with my shot, but have learned that my client does not see things like I do. Your model may very well look perfect to them!

Cheers!

Lizz
Post 3 • IP   flag post
Basic
Member
Wyzlo private msg quote post Address this user
uhm....

So do the camera adjust the exposure in the first photo?
And then it apply that adjustment in the rest of the scans?

If so I will try next time to the first scan in the most darkness one.

But in this case my first shoot was in the entrance with front and rear lighted areas, so the camera should adapt for that kind of light and do rest with a lot less bright.

Do that make sense ?
Post 4 • IP   flag post
Basic
Member
Wyzlo private msg quote post Address this user
Quote:
Originally Posted by ArtisticConcepts
The last scan I did featured red textured wallpaper and mixed lighting types. I was not pleased with the first process (and I trimmed one wall too close) so I re uploaded it. The second processing seemed washed out, so I uploaded it again. Third process was best! My suggestion would be to reprocess until it turns out how you like. (If you have time and bandwidth, of course)


Hola @ArtisticConcepsts

Let me see if I got you

Your sugestiĆ³n is to do some scans again with diferent light?
So if I do some at 5:00 or (sunset) the rest of the scans will probably adjust model to a new set of light?

but will nice if that works
Post 5 • IP   flag post
Standard
Member
Lizzg private msg quote post Address this user
Hi Willow,

Any luck with your model?

Lizz
Post 6 • IP   flag post
39014 6 6
destitute