Course: Guerilla Photogrammetry - Fast And Easy Realism

by Limitless Creative in Training

Guerilla Photogrammetry

Photogrammetry is one of the best ways to enhance realism in your scenes. 

But, you don't always have ideal conditions for photoscanning. While taking a walk, or in a museum, you come across something that you wish you could use in your 3D scenes, but there are real life limitations like:
- I
nadequate access
- Inadequate equipment
- Time limit (you cannot take 600 photos from all angles in a busy museum)

Guerilla Photogrammetry by-passes it all with a run-and-gun quickshot photogrammetry technique.

This is the process that I use to make my own scans like this:


3 step-by-step comprehensive video lessions covering:
1. Fast Data Acquisition (in seconds instead of hours!)
2. Processing in Reality Capture
3. Post-processing, optimization and finalizing in Blender

You Will Learn:

  • How to photoscan a model quickly
  • How to efficiently process it in blender using various techniques to make photorealistic results
  • How to troubleshoot problems in photoscanning due to real life limitations
  • Good practices to clean a photoscan for high quality result

This will enable you to quickly create your own personal library of realistic assets to use in your scenes and even sell them.

Course Details:

Chapter 1 - Quick data acquisition using your phone (or DSLR/Mirrorless) camera

Chapter 2 - Processing in Reality Capture

Chapter 3 - Detailed Post processing in Blender

Repairing Textures

Practice Files - Provided to follow along

BONUS - 5 realistic post-apocalyptic vehicles models made using this technique

Softwares Used:

Blender, Reality Capture, After Effects (Optional)
Add-on: SimpleBake (Optional)


  • Graphics card with CUDA cores
  • Phone or DSLR camera
  • Basic Blender knowledge 

Published about 2 months ago
Blender Version 4.1, 4.0, 3.6, 3.5, 3.4, 3.3, 3.2, 3.1, 3.0
License Royalty Free
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