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BIM for Heritage, Developing a Historic Building Information Model, published by Historic England in July 2017, defines an orthophotograph as: ‘A two dimensional ‘photo-map’ image of an object, building or landscape where the scaling error caused by relief has been digitally removed through reference to an underlying 3D surface model.’
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