A Photogrammetry experiment. I wanted to explore a bit more of this technique, since I started practicing more photography as a side hobby. For this project, a small Buddha statue my wife and I have at our home was used. The statue was photographed during a cloudy morning in the middle of our backyard using a Canon EOS Rebel XT with EF28-135mm Lens, F5.6 aperture. This provided a great depth of field and generated a very clean mesh. Meshroom was used to convert the photos, and after cleaning up the base, the mesh was exported to Marmoset Toolbag and rendered as it is, with the original diffuse map and UVs provided from the capture.