If this is the first time you are using photogrammetry software, read the following chapter on how to take good photos for your project.
Your scene/object should be well lit.
Avoid shadows, reflections, and transparent objects.
Take the photos in diffuse or indirect lighting, such as on an overcast day (outdoor) or using multiple light sources (indoor).
Don´t use the flash setting on the camera.
Do not change the focal length/zoom while shooting. Use a fixed focal length lens if possible.
Try to take pictures from all angles.
Avoid moving objects in the scene or background.
If taking pictures using a rotating rig, make sure to use a plain color background with no distiguishable features.
The object of interest should always fill most of the image.
Take images with a side overlap of 60% minimum and frontal overlap of 80% minimum.
For each shot, move to a new position (or rotate the object).
Do not take multiple images from the same spot.
For better coverage, you can photograph an area multiple times in different acquisition patterns.
Avoid shaky, blurry, or warped images.
The more images you have, the better. You can always filter out repetitive or poor quality images to reduce processing time.