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    john_ondaka

    I've noticed similar issues when I put all of my photos in at one time - for me it was specifically a perpendicular intersection in what was a flight plane (some cameras were thought to be perpendicular to what they really were). What I've done is organize the photos into subgroups, (low orbit 1, high orbit 2, etc) and try to keep the # of photos/ group to be ~50 for the first few.  I then add one, align and look at it.  As the 'skeleton' gets built, the groups that were more details or just had more photos ended up being added fine.  

    Might be worth a shot.

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    Paul Krist

    so you are not importing all photos at the same time but aligning the first group then importing photos from group 2 and aligning those with the first group etc?

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    john_ondaka

    yeah.. not sure if that's considered best practices, but it's been working for me - it is time consuming when you start to get in to the 1000s of picture range

     

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    Paul Krist

    Thanks I will give it a try

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