Aerial Photography and Image Interpretation

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  • Hardcover
  • 656 pages
  • Aerial Photography and Image Interpretation
  • David P. Paine
  • English
  • 26 March 2018
  • 0471204897

About the Author: David P. Paine

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Aerial Photography and Image InterpretationIncludes New Material On Orthophotography, Soft Photogrammetry, And Digital Image Capture And Interpretation Introduces The Latest Non Photographic And Space Based Imaging Platforms And Sensors Landsat, LIDAR, Thermal, Multispectral Provides New Information On Elementary Sampling Techniques And Statistics

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  1. Kelsey Breseman says:

    A straightforward and accessible introductory textbook for understanding aerial photographs and some aspects of cartography.I read this cover to cover, for fun, and really enjoyed it It s informative without over stressing points or getting too technical, concise, and quintessentially practical.The focus, at this point, feels a bit historical there is an undercurrent of distrust for digital methods Most of the tools and techniques used involve printed film photos and physical analysis tools A straightforward and accessible introductory textbook for understanding aerial photographs and some aspects of cartography.I read this cover to cover, for fun, and really enjoyed it It s informative without over stressing points or getting too technical, concise, and quintessentially practical.The focus, at this point, feels a bit historical there is an undercurrent of distrust for digital methods Most of the tools and techniques used involve printed film photos and physical analysis tools Surprisingly, this actually clarifies a lot of the theory behind the techniques now abstracted away into software It s also just cool from an engineering perspective For example, this book teaches How to measure the area of an arbitrary 2D shape with a planimeter How to see 3D images from a couple of stereoscopic prints by blurring your eyes in the right way How to identify soil type, rainfall patterns, and geologic history of an area by looking at drainage patterns on a photograph Why deciduous and coniferous trees look very different from one another in an infrared photograph but similar in the visible light spectrum How to tell the heights and volumes of objects in different ways, from one orphotosand much .I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in aerial photography, natural resources, measurement techniques, or geology Though if you re reading for fun, plan to skip a couple of the chapters near the end some aretechnical practical than make sense to read if you re not planning to immediately go count trees on a plot of land.I ve used maps and made maps my whole life I was excited about Keyhole before Google Maps came out, and I learned CAD for cartography before realizing it would come in handy for orienteering Now I work on photography drones But I didn t realize until now that it was possible to learn this stuff from a book This book has greatly augmented my knowledge of the field and changed my perspective on maps