Basic DO and DON’T in Taking pictures for PhotoNav3D

# Do take a lot of pictures (5 at least)

# Do make sure that adjacent pictures show some overlap

# Do make sure that the direction where the camera is pointing at does not change significantly from one photo to the next

# Do make sure that the object of interest occupies a large portion of the photograph

# You can move about or stay at a single location to take pictures - as long as adjacent pictures show large overlap and the camera aim does not change drastically from one picture to the next

# If you desire large spatial coverage, it is important that photographs are taken by moving the camera in a roughly “orbital” trajectory around the object of interest. You need to make sure that the viewing direction does not change too drastically from one photo to the next. Take more photos of narrow, curved parts of the object and less of large, planar regions.