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What is photogrammetry?

Photogrammetry is a science and technology of obtaining reliable information about physical objects and the environment through the process of recording, measuring and interpreting photographic images. This process results in creating for example 3D models, point clouds or 2D images like maps.

Who uses photogrammetry?

Photogrammetry is used in many fields such as mapping, architecture, engineering, police investigation, digitisation of museum collecions, archaeology or preserving cultural heritage. It is also considered an art form.

Take a look at some of our photogrammetry projects

Ancient Roman villa rustica, Kupinovik, Croatia

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Created for the Agency for Stari Grad Plain Management.

The villa is located in Kupinovik near Stari Grad on the Island of Hvar. It was a country house belonging to a Roman citizen in the 1st century AD. The owner used to grow grapes and olives in the surrounding fields.

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professionals and individuals from all over the world

The Roman Shipwreck near Šćedro, Croatia

This ship sank about 2000 years ago and to this day rests almost intact at a depth of 45 meters. It is one of a few currently known such well-preserved wrecks from that time, which makes it a unique find.

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Created for the University of Split and the Ministry of Culture and Media of the Republic of Croatia

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Photogrammetry for Archaeology and Cultural Heritage


underwater photogrammetry


Aerial & Land Photogrammetry

Dominican monastery, Island of Šćedro, Croatia

The ruins of the Dominican monastery of Saint Mary of Mercy. The exact date of construction is not known, but it is first mentioned in available documents in 1460. After the departure of the Dominicans in the 18th century, the French occupation followed and the monastery complex became the property of the state, which sold it in 1898. This marked the beginning of the permanent settlement of the island, to which the development of permanent agricultural crops also contributed.

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Created for the Friends of the Island of Šćedro Association

See more of our projects

We constantly take on exciting projects and share content on our blog to keep our readers informed. If you are interested in photogrammetry, digital heritage, or underwater exploration, then you will like these posts.

Would you like to know how to make your own photogrammetry?

We can teach you!

Take a look at our on-line courses in underwater, terrestrial and aerial photogrammetry for amateurs, enthusiasts, divers, explorers, archaeologists, engineers and other professionals.