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I have a scan of a condo that has a skylight in a small bathroom. The sky light is causing unwanted data. Is there a way of removing it without deleting the scans. I've tried marking it as a mirror/window and trimming it but no luck
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JohnBecker private msg quote post Address this user
Can we get a link to the model so we can see the problem?
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DigitalImageries private msg quote post Address this user
Good Idea.
Thanks

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JohnBecker private msg quote post Address this user
As far as I can see, the only problem is that you can't walk into the bathroom. The extra vertical surface you're seeing (the shaft of the skylight) is just part of the structure, and there's no way to get rid of it.
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DigitalImageries private msg quote post Address this user
Thanks John, Ill just delete the bathroom.
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ccctucker private msg quote post Address this user
Go back and reshoot the bathroom in the morning or late evening when it's twilight or at least when the sun isn't shining in. It can even be dark out, the camera will level it out.
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@DigitalImageries

In your Capture workflow, when you have direct sunlight, do that space later in the shoot (as described by @ccctucker).

When that's not possible - shooting a stairwell that has a skylight, for example – that you need to shoot to get to the next floor, shoot the stairwell anyway. Then, during the same shoot, return to the stair well to re-scan. In 3D Workshop, disable the original scans.

Dan
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