I am new to using my drone and drone mapping. I am planning to use my DJI Mavic Pro 2 to map out a property for ecological documentation. To map the property I’m using FlyLitchi with the photo parameters set to take one photo every 5 meters and an altitude set at 120m. I’m requesting more experienced assistance to review the photo set in the following link to see if it is viable for mapping out the property. If there is any other information that would be helpful, I would be happy to provide it. I appreciate your consideration and assistance!
If the sky is bright enough, in future I’d recommend using time based imaging in Litchi. You have to make sure shutter speed is fast enough to avoid motion blur, but you should get it done faster, due to avoiding all the stop-starts. Set to ISO 200 if necessary.
With the trees in motion due to the wind, you’ll end up with blurry/no detail sections no matter how you take the images.
To improve the 3D, run over it again with your drone runs at ~20 degrees to what you used the first time, with gimbal at 85deg, as suggested by Saijin above. You should be able to combine both image sets into one orthophoto, assuming computer specs are ok.
Thank you Sanjin_Naib, bernarde, and Gordon for your feedback!
I am currently in the process of uploading an updated data set with the gimbal set to 85deg. I was also wondering what the process would be if I wanted to stitch the photos together for a 2d aerial image of the forest and lake?