FAQ #6 Do I need a GCS?

FAQ #6 Do I need a GCS?

Photogeo Tip FAQ #6 Do I need a GCS?   GCS stands for Geographic Coordinate System. I’m sure you’re familiar. The GCS is a means for transforming global positioning, latitude and longitude, to an X,Y,Z location. That is, a flat cartesian (mapping) location. In...
Photogeo Tip 6 – FAQ #13 Where are my photos?

Photogeo Tip 6 – FAQ #13 Where are my photos?

Photogeo Tip FAQ #13 Where are my photos?   1) I selected my photos from the list and 2) ran the insert command, but the photos did not insert into the drawing. If everything else is working, then the likely issue is that the drawing you are adding the files to...
FAQ #8 Accuracy

FAQ #8 Accuracy

Photogeo Tip FAQ #8 Accuracy or “Why don’t the camera markers show up exactly where my feature is located?” Issue: You take a bunch of photos and then go back to the office, import them using PhotogeoDWG. Gosh, the photos you snapped along a sidewalk show up in the...