Veterinary teaching aid help

Discussion in 'Nature' started by CysVet, Jun 28, 2012.

  1. CysVet

    CysVet New to Mu-43

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    Mar 25, 2012
    Ames, IA (USA)
    Hey everyone, tomorrow I will be taking pictures of two dogs which will be used to put a skin on a 3D computer model of the dog to be used as a veterinary teaching aid.

    I will take pictures of every part of the dog (including things like the inside of the ear) in detail, which a graphic designer will put on a 3D frame created from MRI images of the dog.

    Anyways, I was wondering if anyone had any suggestions as far as what lenses to uses, lighting (I'm thinking natural light), RAW vs. jpeg, other helpful tips, etc... Also, if anyone has a graphic design background and could let me know about how many pictures I should take, it would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks in advance!

    (I have a GF2, Pana 14, PL 25, Pana 14-140, Pana 45-200, and an external flash that I can bounce)
     
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