What is a 3D photography?
You may be referred, or refer yourself, for a 3D photograph (also called "surface scan"). This will give a virtual rendering of, for example, your face and can be used to assess facial changes such as asymmetries etc... It can also be used in conjunction with other examinations to restore or modify features for plastic, aesthetics or functional purposes.
The 3D photograph is acquired using a sophisticated set-up of cameras and large white flashes but, really, the procedure feels just like a normal photograph being taken in a dedicated studio. This is a completely radiation-free procedure, which is why you can refer yourself.
Cavendish Imaging uses high-definition cameras that give as much detail as possible about the contours and surfaces that are being imaged. The images are 3D digital files that can be processed by most software looking at plastic and aesthetic reconstruction, including those used in the filming and computer-game industry.
Arranging a 3D photograph
Our 3D photographs are carried out on a walk-in or booked appointment service. Expect to be on the premises for 30 minutes or so. You will need to remove jewellery if this covers the area to be photographed.
Art from 3D photography
3D photographs can be edited with sophisticated software: they can be the basis of a computer animation, be morphed to different shapes, even be rescaled. Physical objects can be made from these. We are proud to work with artists who will transform your 3D photography into glorious jewellery and art pieces. Please contact each artist directly for more information.