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  1. Thank you so much for your response Carla. I have downloaded the PTM fitter and successfully completed the models with this pathway. So strange about the the other way, I still can't figure it out. Sian
  2. Hi all, I have been trying to process a model with the HSH filter today - all the steps work up until the final execute stage. On pressing execute I get the following errors: No LD Information LP files has 0 images Please verify file paths Error encountered writing string to execute HSH fitter I can;t seem to figure out what any of these mean - I have followed the guide to the letter. I have double and triple checked that the files are in folders without spaces ( C:\Users\Sian\Pictures\100mm_Session_3\projectFolder\jpeg-exports) Please can anyone advise? Best, Sian
  3. I was wondering if anyone had explored using reflected UV photography with any of the photogrammetric methods as a way of enhancing surface detail? I know that reflected UV is usually done using film but there are some papers that have used digital cameras as well. If this is possible then I could capture images in the same way as usual and create the model using these. My project is looking at identification and analysis of skeletal trauma - UV light doesn't penetrate the bone as deeply as visible light so you can increase the clarity, but my thinking is that it might also reveal some surface scratches or even trace elements from the weapon. I would really appreciate anyone's expertise here
  4. Thank you so much for the help everyone. I will be trying out these different options. It definitely requires a little ingenuity with the set up and equipment.
  5. Thank you, that is good advice. I'm off in search of elastic bands! I wish there was a way to lock the focus of a lens though. Have you ever used a focussing rail? i'm wondering if that might also make it easier to keep the focus locked?
  6. Hi there, Would anyone be able to advise on the best way to stabilise a lens. I am using a 70mm macro on a table top copy stand (so the camera is point down). The camera seems to shake itself a little on each image capture and gradually the lens extends slightly. I have to keep refocussing and this has led to my final RTI model being blurry/shaky
  7. Hi, Please forgive me if this has already been covered, but I haven't been able to find it yet. Please could someone advise on the minimum computer specs that would be required to render to RTI models? Best,
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