Short five minute tutorial I made showing how to use the Blam Addon (plugin) in Blender for super easy camera mapping and incorporating 3D into still photographs. Not a Blender basics tutorial, however it's a quick look through the Camera mapping process in Blender from the perspective of using this toolset quickly and easily in production. Blender and Blam are both completely free and comparable commercial equivalents cost many thousands of dollars and in my view don't match this tool, so it is a a really powerful toolset and workflow for anyone who wants to create animation from still images. Would be great for photographers who are interested in creating 3d worlds from their photographs. It's my definitely my favorite addon in Blender and the new version is really creative and non technical to use. So it's an instant way to turn any photo into a 3D scene or a stage set for film, and far more intuitive to do in Blender than the equivalent tools in most of the other major 3D software applications.