Picture of How to Steal Public Art
After learning about 123D Catch from Autodesk, I wanted to try it. I went to the Civic Center of San Francisco and took multiple pictures of one of the Equestrian Sculptures in the plaza. The following explains how I stole a piece of public art (sort of.)

Step 1: Camera settings, and photographing the sculpture.

Picture of Camera settings, and photographing the sculpture.
From everything I read about 123D Catch, it was crtical to have your camera settings consistent.

I set my camera ISO to 100, and shot aperture priortiy, with a +1 exposure compesation, at F/16. 

I swept around the sculpture, in a counter clockwise motion, photographing it from as many angles as I could. I eneded up with about 30 usable shots to make the model from.
sksponda6 months ago

yes, that is the liberator Simón Bolívar, and the design was Scipio Todolini.

pedrorondon7 months ago

Who´s the guy on the sculpture?... Simon Bolivar?.

Spesh003 years ago
Keep in mind one of the things 123d recommends is background while taking pictures so that it has a better sense of the differences between the photos. Although with the little background you had it turned out pretty good!