Aerial Photography is commonly used by engineers, architects, city and regional planners, geographers, geologists, and historians to achieve the quality visual representation of specific landscapes. It can capture accurately all existing physical features that no maps can portray. This makes aerial photography suitable for urban and rural projects such as site evaluation, regional analysis, and historical research.
- "Aerial Photography". Earth Sciences and Map Library. http://www.lib.berkeley.edu/EART/aerial.html (accessed September 17, 2007)