Aerial photography, in which the displacements caused by the inclination of the camera or sensor and the curvature of the terrain have been corrected.

Orthophotos and orthophotomosaics

The procedure for capturing a large area in a single image consists of generating a set of all the orthophotographs necessary to cover the area in question. It is convenient that all these photographs are perfectly georeferenced and at the same scale. Then all the images are subjected to color equalization and are joined by drawing seam lines on the overlapping areas present on the photographs so that the joining areas are as concealed as possible.

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