Accurate and objective measurement of volume changes in infantile hemangiomas (IHs) is essential in routine clinical practice and clinical studies, particularly in the changing therapeutic landscape after the discovery of propranolol. Several bedside techniques for volume measurement have been described in the literature, but an objective method of measurement of this variable, dynamic vascular tumor is lacking. Three-dimensional (3D) phototechnology with data analysis is an up-and-coming technique in the objective measurement of facial volume changes. In this pilot study, the usability and clinical relevance of two methods of 3D stereophotogrammetry in the volume measurement of IH were explored.