In my collection is a faux bronze reproduction of the Statue of Liberty based on a limited edition French bronze casts commissioned by her creator, Frederic Auguste Bartholdi. It is a much smaller copy that has proved to be a challenge for me to photograph correctly as the faux bronze model is shiny and dark. This is the best result I've been able to come up with after multiple attempts. I dusted the model with talc to dull the worst of the shine and tried photographing it under a bright, diffused light. I ended up with 102 photos that were used in Agisoft Photoscan to create this model. Despite my best efforts, the fine details of the reproduction just couldn't turn out but the overall model was decent, so I figured I would share it. In my opinion, it could serve as a rough base if someone wanted to print it out and layer it with clay to create a more faithful and detailed reproduction.