How we did the Eiffel Tower
We decided to take on the challenge of creating a paper model of the Eiffel Tower with photographic realism. We knew that the tower was too tall and too large to capture in a single photograph, so we decided to take a unique approach.
We traveled to Paris and spent one day at the Eiffel Tower, taking hundreds of photographs of each section of the tower from different angles and perspectives. We made sure to capture as much detail as possible.
Back home, we carefully reviewed all of our photographs and selected the best images of each section of the tower. We used specialized software to stitch the photos together into a single, seamless image for each section of the tower. Then, we printed out the composite images onto high-quality paper and assembled it, and the result was a stunning paper model that looked almost identical to the real Eiffel Tower, with photographic realism that was truly remarkable.
And this is the story of this downloadable paper model that is not easy to assemble but if done meticulously, should be something to be proud of.
As a matter of fact, we invite you to pick up the challenge and then post it on our blog!