ASSIGNMENT 4
Textbook Assignment:
"Aerial Photography."
Pages 4-2 through 4-32.
Learning Objective (continued):
Identify the types of aerial
photography.
Figure 4A.
IN ANSWERING QUESTIONS 4-1 AND 4-2, REFER
TO FIGURE 4A.
4-1.
What is the approximate camera
depression angle?
1. 60 degrees
2. 45 degrees
3. 20 degrees
4. 0 degrees
4-2.
What is the approximate tilt angle?
1. 0 degrees
2. 30 degrees
3. 45 degrees
4. 65 degrees
4-3.
What aerial photograph includes
the horizon in the image?
1. Vertical
2. Low oblique
3. High oblique
4-4.
What aerial photograph is used
for orientation purposes?
1. High oblique
2. Low oblique
3. Vertical
4. Air-to-air
4-5.
4-6.
4-7.
4-8.
4-9.
4-10.
High-oblique photographs are made
from high altitudes, while low-
oblique photographs are made from
low altitudes.
1.
True
2.
False
What type of aerial photography
should be made of a small target
when only one print is required?
1.
Stereo
2.
Mosaic
3 .
4.
Strip
Pinpoint
What type of aerial photography
should be used to make a series
of overlapping photographs of a
long, narrow highway?
1.
Stereo
2.
Mosaic
3.
Strip
4.
Pinpoint
What minimum number of views is
required to produce a stereo effect
from aerial photographs?
1.
One
2. Two
3.
Three
4.
Four
One large photograph composed
of several overlapping strips
pieced together is known as
what type of aerial photography?
1.
Stereo
2.
Mosaic
3.
Strip
4.
Pinpoint
Two photographs mounted and ready
for stereo viewing are known by
what term?
1.
Stereo
2.
Stereopair
3.
Stereogram
4.
Stereoset
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