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Tonio Mundry's Beyond The Canvas - Bliss<br/>
 
Tonio Mundry's Beyond The Canvas - Bliss<br/>
 
https://toniomundry.com/btc-bliss/<br/>
 
https://toniomundry.com/btc-bliss/<br/>
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""Image aquisition tips:""<br/>
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any camera can do BUT higher resolution = higher model detail<br/>
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always shoot raw - process if necessary - export tiff / jpeg<br/>
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use fixed focal length / 24mm - 50mm recommended<br/>
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if variable zoom then keep it always at the minimum or maximum length and don’t change it while image acquisition<br/>
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constant aperture f/5.6-8.0 (f/11 max)<br/>
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keep whole object in focus<br/>
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iso as low as possible 100-800<br/>
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diffuse light - no hard shadows!<br/>
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camera orientation depending on subject - fill the frame<br/>
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increments of 10-15 degrees between pics<br/>
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overlap two thirds / 60% of last pic<br/>
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no over- or underexposed pics<br/>
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use gray card / color checker if necessary<br/>
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use printed measurement markers / tennis balls for big scenes / or when footage origin differs<br/>
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use tripod when low light or turntable<br/>
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shoot from as many angles as possible, up to down and around<br/>
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always take more pics than necessary<br/>

Revision as of 16:05, 26 April 2021

Black Atlass 'JEWELS' video Directed by Yoann Lemoine
https://designcollector.net/music/black-atlass-jewels-directed-by-woodkid

Tivon Rice's environment built for absence (an unofficial/artificial sequel to J.G. Ballard's "High Rise")
https://www.tivonrice.com/absence.html

Tonio Mundry's Beyond The Canvas - Bliss
https://toniomundry.com/btc-bliss/

""Image aquisition tips:""
any camera can do BUT higher resolution = higher model detail
always shoot raw - process if necessary - export tiff / jpeg
use fixed focal length / 24mm - 50mm recommended
if variable zoom then keep it always at the minimum or maximum length and don’t change it while image acquisition
constant aperture f/5.6-8.0 (f/11 max)
keep whole object in focus
iso as low as possible 100-800
diffuse light - no hard shadows!
camera orientation depending on subject - fill the frame
increments of 10-15 degrees between pics
overlap two thirds / 60% of last pic
no over- or underexposed pics
use gray card / color checker if necessary
use printed measurement markers / tennis balls for big scenes / or when footage origin differs
use tripod when low light or turntable
shoot from as many angles as possible, up to down and around
always take more pics than necessary