10) Determine correct lens size for framing and focus.
11) Align black spheres accordingly.
11a) Align spheres in such a way that will allow you to easily crop them out of the photo.
11b) Check that spheres are correct size. They should occupy at least 250 pixels of the
picture. If unsure, take a picture and export photo into photo editing software to measure the sphere’s diameter.
11c) The center of the sphere should be level with the surface of the subject being captured.
12) Attach camera to computer using USB cable. Since touching the camera is not allowed, all shots will be taken remotely.
12a) Start camera operating software and open a live view window.
12b) Adjust ambient lighting in the room to the minimum amount that will still allow clear vision of subject and possible obstructions in the room. Subject and user safety is the top priority.
13) Focus the shot and take a picture, then open photo in editing software.
13a) Check histogram to make sure even balance of color and light.
13b) Continue taking test shots adjusting F-stop, shutter speed, flash light intensity, and ambient lighting until well lit even coloring is achieved in the test photo.