Photogrammetry uses photography to produce dimensionally accurate ‘drawings’.
Photographs can convey much more information than conventional survey drawings and in the examples here, I use photogrammetry to accurately record the condition of facades prior to the start of restoration work. PAYE take our drawings and annotate them to show the extent of work to be done and also to record progress of the work, so they become an important management tool in their restoration process.
Producing these drawing combines straightforward architectural photography with post production and graphics skills, seamlessly combining as many as a hundred or more rectified images to make up the final sheets.
The examples shown are Bartholomew Close, London; Russell Court, St. James’s London; Savoy Court London; Victoria Quarter Leeds; Cliveden House and St. Nicholas Church Arundel