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    3D scanning for free with Photogrammetry

    Hey guys. I made a few posts around mentioning photogrammetry, that is, taking pictures of an object and having software generate a model from the pics. I've been meaning to do this for a long time and finally got around to making a full video tutorial on the process.

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    Excellent Phil...!

    thank you so much, maybe i can skip my intended goal of getting PhotoScan...

    very interesting!...
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    Very nice tutorial! Thank you.
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    Here is the rock model in full 3D after cleanup and retopo in 3D-Coat.

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    If you'd like to join Sketchfab and upload your own models please use my link!
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    Very cool!! Thank you !!

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    Interesting and very useful - thanks for the time and effort you put into making the tutorial!
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    Wow Phil - a great tutorial. You must be the most patient person on earth to figure out the needed steps for those three programs. The end result is pretty impressive though. Thanks for taking the time to do the tutorial - really well put together.
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    Thank you Philbert!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveH View Post
    Wow Phil - a great tutorial. You must be the most patient person on earth to figure out the needed steps for those three programs.
    Well, I did mention in the video that I learned it myself from a tutorial. The problem with that tutorial was that it was really long and wordy. I just wanted it to get to the point! lol So I wanted to make my own version that was more straight forward. As well as adding in a few things I've figured out of course.
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    Thanks for video, great step by step guide .
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    Great Tutorial.. was blown away by how clean it all looked at the end.
    Thank you Phil

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    Thanks Philbert, amazing tutorial!
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    You're welcome.
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