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Newbieproblem

Glass walls and partitions.886

chdsi80 private msg quote post Address this user
We are testing the camera in this property. as you see there all the inner wall are made of glass.

How do approach these sort of cases?





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You need to mark-up the glass walls as windows otherwise you can walk right through the walls to any spot that you've shot a scan as the camera thinks it a clear approach. Make sure that you leave the door open into each office otherwise you won't be able to enter the office. I would suggest marking up the glass wall as you shoot the office complex. This will help the camera align each scan correctly.
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