Shooting for photogrammetry: 3×3 rules update

3x3 23_10_2013

Posted here as a transmission test for CIPA. Photogrammetry is a simple idea: taking measurements from photos is an obvious thing to do but how to get the technical process described as a handful of simple steps far from easy.

The latest iteration with regard to use of digital camera and software calibration methods. The concepts are simple but getting the whole idea to work visually is proving tough. I’m close to giving up on the 9 box grid layout …

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