High-resolution 3D photogrammetry

For high-precision art reproductions with variable resolution and high colour accuracy, photogrammetry is the method of choice. This scientific technique is opening up new dimensions in cultural heritage imaging. 

High-resolution 3D-photogrammetry creates a geometrically precise, warp-free, three-dimensional reconstruction. This can be used to generate an orthophoto or a 3D model. The Monet painting in the video was converted into an orthophoto with 12.8 pixels per millimetre (1 pixel = 0.078 millimetre).

Photogrammetry is touch-free and can capture spaces, sculptures, paintings and cultural heritage of any size, whether indoors or outdoors. 

The results can be used for screen presentations, archiving, surveying and scientific research.

We will be happy to advise you and to send you a cost estimate. We look forward to your enquiry..


Martin Stollenwerk, Head of Photography
T +41 44 388 51 75