Ok this is real specific to my needs so not sure if it matters here BUT is was made on MY GF+.
In making 3D models I use photos as a background to aid in the 3D model building. I model toy trains in 1/4" or O-Guage. But if I have a scale photo of any scale I can enlarge or scale down to my scale.
Holding the camera phone at a specific distance to make multiple photos that I can insert into Rhino 7 is not easy. I know there are tripods but even with a tripod keeping the object aligned can be tricky.
So to make my camera stand I started with Modeling in Rhino 7.
the green is my phone, and as you can see there is a sliding base with train tracks to hold and move the train car to be photo’d.
Once the 3D model was complete. I take the parts apart to laser cut. I lift off the 2D surfaces. Rhino is surface modeler. The Rhino surfaces are exported as .dwf files to be imported into Corel Draw.
Corel Draw exports the surfaces into .SVG files.
Now I could take the Rhino objects and convert directly into .svg files, but I find it easier to move and revise 2d objects in Corel Draw.