I've decided to cover my entire process for photogrammetry. I've been asked tons of questions related to this stuff so I thought it would be beneficial to share what I know so far. I wanted to make this accessible to everyone because it's really cool technology to play around with.
This documentation aims to teach you general theory, tips and tricks, troubleshooting and hopefully get you ready to start playing around with photogrammetry. Its a general guideline covering my process but since photogrammetry is trial and error, you will still need to experiment.
I do my best to give you a guideline to hopefully shoot more successfully and produce more successful scans. I've included lots of images of real world examples of objects. I've included these images to help guide you with the process. I hope you enjoy it and good luck with your photogrammetry journey. This is my first written tutorial since I'm always doing video tutorials. I felt like this format worked best for what I was trying to explain. New videos and new techniques can be added in the future. If you guys notice grammatical errors or spelling mistakes, please let me know. Enjoy!