Fletcher Posted February 23, 2015 Report Share Posted February 23, 2015 I'm hoping to use the RTI method to image some fossils. The fossils are largely two dimensional with a very shallow relief of at most a few millimetres, and are generally approximately 5 to 10 centimetres long. I was considering doing this by constructing a dome, 25 cm in diameter with a central hole in the top for the camera and then 30-40 holes for light to be shined through. The light would be moved manually between photos. As I understand there is a method of doing an RTI without using reflective spheres, but this requires a file containing the different light positions. How are these light positions calculated? Any other advice on how best to photograph these specimens would be more than welcome. Thank you. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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