oblique photograph

oblique photograph

[ə′blēk ′fōd·ə‚graf]
(graphic arts)
An aerial photograph taken with the camera axis intentionally inclined between the horizontal and the vertical.
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This oblique photograph was taken at 14:41 UT, within 25 hours of the 372nd anniversary.
In a somewhat oblique photograph of the reverse face of the cathedral's clock, graffiti--names, initials, dates, the inevitable heart--are inscribed into its apparently etched glass surface.
For a more pictorial view, you can order an oblique photograph shot at an angle, rather than a straight overhead.
Analysis of an oblique photograph demonstrates a significantly more rapid retreat of White Glacier during 1948-60 than during 1960-95, while the advance of Thompson Glacier between 1948 and 1960, at 58 m a-1, was almost three times faster than thereafter.
Contract notice: Realization of aerial oblique photographs - orthophotographies - aerial videos - panoramic photos - multimedia animations and event reports.
Among several shortcomings with the method, one problem with using oblique photographs to study change, particularly compared to other sources like maps, satellite images and aerial photographs, is that they are simply hard to measure.
In addition to the large number of satellite images, reproduced in both various forms of colour and monochrome, and the excellent maps derived from them, there are hundreds of oblique photographs taken from low-flying aircraft and from the ground.
Low altitude (167 m), conventional aerial color digital oblique photographs were acquired from a Cessna TU206 aircraft, using a Kodak Digital Sciences (model DC120) camera, equipped with a 4 mb picture card and a 38-114 mm auto focus zoom lens.
Like the oblique photographs of anonymous youth on the front and back covers, the subtitle of this book, 'Male and Female Homosexuality in Twentieth-Century French Literature', is rather misleading.

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