Pixpro photogrammetry blog
True Orthophoto - Orthorectified Imagery and Pixpro Workflow
Orthorectified or true orthophoto concepts can still be misunderstood and confused with other types of aerial imagery, such as panoramas or orthomosaics. In this article, we revisit these concepts to explain why actual photogrammetry is necessary to create a true orthophoto.
Weather Conditions for Photogrammetry - Rain and Fog
Winter in the northern hemisphere can be a severe limiting factor for millions of jobs. Including us - photogrammetrists who do aerial photogrammetry. In this blog post, we push the limits of wet weather and do some tests in heavy fog conditions and during light rain.
Pit Volume Measurement in Pixpro Photogrammetry
Volumetric measurements are a staple use case for photogrammetry. When it comes to negative volumes such as pits, basins, or valleys - things become even more straightforward than measuring piles of mounds of material.
Multi Camera Photogrammetry in Pixpro
Using two or more cameras in a single scan provides better coverage, detail, and convenience. But it also poses a few challenges. In this blog post, we will go over the fundamentals of combining two or more different imagery sources to get a successful 3D reconstruction in one go.
Comparing Surfaces in Pixpro Part 1 - Creating Custom GCPs
Comparing surfaces from photogrammetric scans is a ubiquitous workflow in some industries. Our Pixpro photogrammetry software allows us to compare a few surfaces in a uniquely easily accessible manner.
Drone Rules and Regulations - Worldwide Fundamentals
Drones are toys, tools, and entertainment. For whatever purpose you use a drone - there are rules and regulations. These rules are becoming more mature, and everyone should understand what is allowed and how you should operate your flying machine.
Full Frame vs. APSC for Photogrammetry?
Full frame versus APSC is an eternal debate between photographers and videographers alike. If you want a great camera that would provide a clear benefit over using your smartphone - you probably need to get one with an APSC or full frame-sized sensor.
Pixpro Blog - Photogrammetry 101
If you are reading this - you are reading our 101st consecutive weekly blog article. We set out to bring attention to our software while providing practical, real-world advice for our readers.
RAW Photo Processing for Photogrammetry
Input data is the most critical factor in photogrammetry, bar none. If we want to maximize the quality and flexibility of the photos we take for 3D reconstruction - we must do initial capture in raw format. In essence, the raw format provides all the valuable and redundant data captured by the imagi
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