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Tconroy21 private msg quote post Address this user
Hey Everyone,

Finished my first scan today. THRILLED with the camera and process so far. I wanted to share my first scan and see if any veterans are willing to offer advice.

One of the bathroom mirrors caught the camera a few times. Is the mirror "tool" the way of advoiding this issue?
Also, does workshop allow you to remove shadows cast by the tripod?
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SurfaceAndEdge private msg quote post Address this user
Exciting to have the first one done, eh! Congrats

Unfortunately the mirror tool doesn't have that functionality. It is for assisting in creating a "cleaner" 3d model, along with the window and trim buttons. Best to try and position as best you can to keep it out of the mirror, but not always feasible.

Sadly no way to remove shadows from tripod in the workshop.
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Jamie private msg quote post Address this user
Congrats. Hope you enjoy the camera
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JohnBecker private msg quote post Address this user
It's important that you know the limitations of the system, so you can effectively manage the expectations of you clients.

You get what you get from your scan. The only thing you can do after the fact is disable or delete individual sweeps from the model, and that's only useful for getting rid of sweeps that had to be closely spaced for alignment.

Good luck with your business!
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Tconroy21 private msg quote post Address this user
WOW! Thanks everyone for the quick feedback. I appreciate your insight and advice. This is a great community.
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DanSmigrod private msg quote post Address this user
@Tconroy21 Thank you for joining the Forum. Welcome.

@JohnBecker comment about managing expectations reminded me of our check list ...

21 Tips to Manage Real Estate Client Expectations

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seanminor private msg quote post Address this user
Nice job Tim. Why on Tim's scan did it not think the step down was another floor? I've seen complaints posted here. Did MP change something?
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