Whats the easiest way to avoid and fix this type of alignment issue.

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    Steven Smith

    Click control point on the top tool bar, and click on the 3d view right on the wall. Under control points on your 1d view will list suggestions that you can adjust or click the + to approve

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    Götz Echtenacher

    There are many threads out there about this very problem.

    When you look at the affected area sideways, there will be 2 (or more) surfaces, some call it ghosting.You want to select tie points only from one surface and click "Find Images" and voilà.

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    MikeS11

    Thanks Götz, Ill give that a shot.

    I was hoping there was a quick was to identify these. 

    Even when you think you take enough pictures... you should have probably taken more.. lol

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    Jonathan Tanant

    Photogrammetric proverb : "you never take enough pictures"

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    Götz Echtenacher

    lol

    There will always be the one that you didn't take!

    Anyways, the inspection tool might help as well.

    The cause in this case is not neccessarily not enough images but rather that there are 2 (or more) groups of images that are not aligned well. Probably some outliers at the back somewhere or from an unusual angle - behind the hedge, up a tree, etc.

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