- don't worry too much about perfectionism. A picture with reflections in the glass in front of the object is better than no picture of that angle, and reflections that are present in only one picture can be treated by the software very well.
Use a "polarising filter"
- be honest with the image quality. If you had to use ISO 6400 like me here and noise is high, you can shrink the image size down considerably for the reconstruction. It won't influence the reconstruction in a negative way but improve the runtime a lot.
Or you can try and use a noise reduction algorighm http://www.neatimage.com/
- If the lighting situation is bad and you have a very dark side ...
I´ll take an old analogue slr with me with a very good lense (fixed focus of 50mm, f 1.4) and see what I can get out of it. Unfortunately only 400 ASA film, but hey ...
It's still nice to have it though bud and like I said I'll help where I can if you do manage to get it off the screen
I think once the skirt is trimmed its hard to measure untill fixed but I'm slightly narrow on width but that's way better than being over as my last one us at about 348 after its relaxed off the Buck so this time I'm able to rectify a few mm here and there . Ive still to add correct sheet thickness and second skin so this will give me more width , where did you measure 333mm ? At the outer edge of the rear wing well opening?