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We propose an approach for improving the digitization of shape and color of 3D artworks in a cluttered environment using 3D laser scanning and flash photography. In order to separate clutter from acquired material, semi-automated methods are employed to generate masks for segment the 2D range maps and the color photographs, removing unwanted 3D and color data prior to 3D integration. Sharp shadows generated by flash acquisition are trivially handled by this masking process, and color deviationsdoi:10.1109/digitalheritage.2013.6743709 dblp:conf/dh/BettioGMP13 fatcat:25gwtvkeo5g5bjhtxpp75yahkm