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Hello. First time on forum. I shoot in Miami and have just been working with one story condo's. Next week my first 2 story house. I'm limited on time for the shoot so would appreciate any info/advice on the stair issue.. Also when do I add "second" floor on capture? Thanks.
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I always try to add it when I make the first scan on the top landing or halfway if there is a landing in between the two floors.
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Dgitin private msg quote post Address this user
Great. Appreciate the help. When I add second level on capture does it start with blank slate. .?
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Dgitin private msg quote post Address this user
Basically. Scan top of stairs then go to "add new level"?
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@Dgitin
I also try for the landing if there is one and if not I usually try to go for the top of the stairs. I would also recommend not doing more than 3-4 steps at a time and to make it look good in the model I would keep it the same number of steps each time.

Ron
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