define ground level photos

disadvantages of ground (horizontal) photograph

6 disadvantages of ground-level photograph

Ground level or horizontal photographs are as the name suggests, taken from the ground-level perspective. The ground photograph is taken when a camera is held level to the ground. When a ground photograph is taken the axis of the camera is placed horizontally toward the object. The ground photograph is the most common type of …

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COMPARISON BETWEEN GROUND LEVEL PHOTOGRAPHS AND OBLIQUE PHOTOGRAPHS

SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN GROUND LEVEL PHOTOGRAPHS AND OBLIQUE PHOTOGRAPHS

Similarities between ground level photograph and oblique photographs They can both be divided into the foreground, middle, and background during interpretation, unlike the vertical photographs. The scale of both ground and oblique photographs tend to diminish toward the background They are both simple to understand and use In both ground-level photographs and oblique photographs, the …

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