Photogrammetry is a 3D recording technique that uses 2D images to create a digital 3D model of an object or surface. It involves taking hundreds of overlapping photographs and processing them using specialized software. The resulting model can be used for study or outputted as a physical object via 3D printing or CNC milling. Photogrammetry records color information simultaneously with 3D data and is portable, making it useful for remote or dangerous sites. Software identifies common features on an object’s surface across multiple images, which are triangulated and conjoined with flat planes to produce a 3D model with accurate color information.