Since the start of the project we’ve been learning how to get a good set of photos for producing 3D models via photogrammetry .
As practice we took over 500 photographs of the Zetland Lifeboat in Redcar, learning which areas the software had trouble interpreting.
A fireplace at Skelton Park mine, demonstrates the problem of blue edges from the sky because we currently have no aerial photos to define the edge of the stones more clearly. Also an issue with a floating beam partially displayed.
Skelton Park Powder House is a more complete model as photos were taken from 360 degrees, however it still highlights some difficulties with see-through roofs with missing tiles, where the internal structure cannot be seen.