As a kid, I loved to spin. I dragged my Dad to all merry-go-rounds and Ferris wheels. When he could not ride anymore and gave up, I kept going. Sometimes like a ballerina on just one toe, and when I could not, I would just run around in circles. From that moment on (more or less) I know that there are two types of motion: rotational motion and circular motion ..and I just wanted to write about it today.
In the case of rotation and spherical photography, it is absolutely crucial to find the central position of a product as we actually want it to spin on its axis, rather than orbit somewhere or disappear from the frame.
Here is one example of a poorly centered presentation:
“Ghost’ functions available in MODEVID shows how earings move. Instead of spinning on its axis, the object dances around the platform.
UNLIKE THIS WELL-PREPARED PRESENTATION:
To facilitate the proper positioning of a product, it is good to use a set of lasers that show the central point even when a non-transparent product covers the marking on the platform (photos).
Photos of center finding in Composer
Below we present Laser sets for MODE 360 Devices available to order:
Composer mounted set
Jumbo mounted set
TO CALIBRATE LASER USE THE CENTER FINDING MAT.
REPEAT THE PROCESS AFTER TRANSPORTATION OR LONG AND INTENSIVE USE OF THE DEVICE.
Written and photographed by:
Dominika Apanasewicz www.studioavior.pl