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Windows showing blinds in dollhouse6579

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Here is an interesting problem.

I have a scan that had bright sunlight streaming in, creating lots of holes. I've scanned the property, and then closed the blinds, filling in the holes with some additional scans.
These additional scans have taken priority over the original ones, and shows the windows with the blinds down in the dollhouse.
Oh, and the additional scans have been disabled in workshop, not that it should make a difference.

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The trick when doing this is to place the camera in view of where the sunspot was and out of view of the window treatments. If this is not possible, lower the tripod to the lowest height and put the camera as close as possible to the window.
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Yep did that. Camera is around a foot off the ground. Those are the shots that are showing on the dollhpuse.
Seems to me that the later shots seem to be the ones you see on the dollhouse. For this purpose it may be better to shoot with the blinds down first, then open them at the end
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Next time you may want to only close one shade at a time and put the camera in front of that one while all other treatments are open. Not sure if that is possible, though.
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