Photogrammetry is the process of taking multiple 2-D models of something and then rendering it into a 3-D model. Dr. Hagseth actually visited UE last spring in 2021 to use our lab to work on one of her photogrammetry projects. She made a 3-D model of a Roman lamp, and the fingerprint of the maker is actually seen in the photos.
This process of photogrammetry is actually very simple. All that’s needed is a DSLR camera, lots of light, and a computer with the proper software needed on it. The software that Dr. Hagseth suggested was Cloud Compare which is a free program but the easier one is the Agisoft Metashape which does cost money.