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Aerial Photography Design

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Aerial Photography Design

Aerial Photography Design involves the use of unmanned aerial imaging which captures aerial photographs and visualizes the data in various formats. This type of design is often used to provide a broader and more comprehensive view of a site or area, allowing professionals to assess the size, shape, and layout of urban and rural areas. In addition to providing a comprehensive view of a site, aerial photography design is used to create three-dimensional models, maps and cartographic images of a site, as well as to identify patterns, analyze trends, and monitor changes over time.

Aerial imaging, remote sensing, geographic information systems, photogrammetry, orthophotography, digital elevation models (DEMs), LiDAR, topography, mapping.

James Rothschild

CITATION : "James Rothschild. 'Aerial Photography Design.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on March 27, 2023)"

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