The Photogrammetric Record
© 2013 The Remote Sensing and Photogrammetry Society and John Wiley & Sons Ltd.
Edited By: Stuart I. Granshaw
Impact Factor: 1.44
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2012: 8/23 (Imaging Science & Photographic Technology); 11/27 (Remote Sensing); 27/45 (Geography Physical); 87/172 (Geosciences Multidisciplinary)
Online ISSN: 1477-9730
Recently Published Issues
Photogrammetric Terminology: Second Edition
Editor Emeritus Paul R. T. Newby
Photogrammetry and Augmented Reality for Cultural Heritage Applications
Cristina Portalés, José L. Lerma, Carmen Pérez
The IGN CAMv2 System
Jean-Philippe Souchon et al
Terrestrial laser scanning for use in virtual outcrop geology
Simon J. Buckley, Håvard D. Enge, Christian Carlsson and John A. Howell
Non-Rigid Surface Matching and Its Application to Scoliosis Modelling
Kim-Siang Ang and Harvey L. Mitchell
Interest operators for feature-based matching in close range photogrammetry
Ida Jazayeri and Clive S. Fraser
Applications of low-budget photogrammetry in the geotechnical laboratory
Hartwig Thomas and Stefan Cantré
A photogrammetric surveying method for field applications
Dirk H. Rieke-Zapp, Ralph Rosenbauer, Fritz Schlunegger
E H Thompson Award
Awarded to the author(s) of the paper in The Photogrammetric Record which most merits the award.
2012 Winning Article
Surveying and modelling the main spire of Milan Cathedral using multiple data sources
Francesco Fassi, Cristina Achille and Luigi Fregonese
News and Announcements
Virtual Issue on Environmental Applications of Photogrammetry and Lidar
This virtual issue focuses on three main areas that can benefit from the use of photogrammetry and lidar: (i) soil erosion due to rainwater; (ii) the retreat of glaciers; and (iii) erosion and changes in coastal morphology.
View Articles and the full introduction
Terminology Guide - 2nd Edition
We are pleased to announce that Photogrammetric Terminology: Second Edition by Editor Emeritus Paul R. T. Newby is now available free online. It will continue to promote consistency of language and continue to serve as a "style guide" for photogrammetric literature.
The complete Cumulative Index for The Photogrammetric Record is available online from inception in 1953 up to Issue 140 (January 2013).
Part of Milan Cathedral modelled by photogrammetry and laser scanning
Orthophoto and land use from lidar data
Most Accessed Articles
View the most accessed articles in The Photogrammetric Record in 2013.