Hi, first time posting here and hopefully I am posting at the right place for discussion!
So first of all, i know form the topic that i just created, people would immediately relate to issue regarding photo match function, but i am actually looking help for something else.
above is a link relating to 3d software Blender, starting about (1:40), he talks about how to model base on an existing real life image, most importantly, the video shares a tip about this add-on “Blam” in which it helps to calculate the perspective of the image and help the artist to get the right perspectives and angles.
i know blender and sketch up are completely different software but i am looking for an answer whether sketch up can do similar thing? i know photo match can do part of it but it only works on image with certain perspective.
if i would like to model from an real life image where the camera is facing directly to its front face. is there a possible way to do it?
for example, if i was to create a model base on a photo like this, how is it possible to get the right perspective and depth of view without having its floor plan?
i been looking for answer on internet and youtube but all i can get is the photo match tutorial which is not really what i am looking for. Would be much appreciated if anyone can provide any info.