Progress Photography can provide a valuable tool to clients as a way of providing visual evidence to stakeholders during presentations or within reports on the current status of a project within which they have an interest.
The size and speed at which the construction work is taking place will usually dictate the time intervals of the Aerial Photography and this may vary from monthly intervals to 6 monthly intervals.
The most common form of progress photography is Oblique Aerial Photography. This is for a number of reasons; it is often cheaper than vertical photography and also illustrates the vertical extent of building/construction work which would not be evident form Vertical Photography.
Due to the time sensitivity of this form of Construction Photography and the need to illustrate the vertical extent of building work satellite imagery is not appropriate and does not compete with the commercial aerial photography companies.