Taking Photos with ClariFruit

Good photos will ensure accurate results.

Take the photo in a   well-lit   place 

Use a white ping pong ball to determine fruit size. Place it at the same level as the fruit: in between them, not higher nor lower.

Use a dark opaque background

Hold the camera straight above the fruits at a 90° angle- note the indication circle on the left turns green. The camera must be in the center - every fruit should be the same distance from the camera.

Common Mistakes When Taking Photos

Move as farther away as possible from the fruits and "zoom-in"

Far away.jpg

Do not include  background fruits that are not in your sample

other fruit_edited.jpg

Avoid including miscellaneous items

Misc items.jpg

Do not take pictures from an angle.

No angle.jpg

Prefer shade, flatten top layer

Mixed shade and sun and ball too high.jp

Hold the camera horizontally above the fruits.

No angle 2_edited.jpg

Too high ball

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Black BG_1 V good.webp
Ness- High ball_4 X too high ball.webp

Need to faltten top level

good 1 layer.jpeg
not flattened enough.jpeg

Too high ball

ball to high- needs to be lower than the