Just reading about Orthophotography. Articles point out that usually orthophotos are only succesful, by simply modifying a photo, for nearly-flat surfaces incl building elevations that have little in the way of projections and recesses. (Is this what used to be called rising-front photography?)
Is that why people e.g. Gotz use photogrammetry, to first create a super-photorealitic non-perspective 3D model from which a 2D ortho view can be taken?
Is that right? Not sure I still don't quite get it.
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