Georeference picture for 3D view

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TomGraham
New Contributor III

Hi,

I'm trying to do something similar to the video shown here in regards to pictures/photos taken on site

Animation Lessons—Layer Visibility - YouTube

I can't figure out how to place a photo in a 3D view so that it shows from the perspective of the photographer.  I would like to be able to overlay features on the photo to see what something would look like to an observer if it was built.

This is for ArcGIS Pro 2.9.2

Any tips would be great

Thanks

Tom

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PROBERT68
Frequent Contributor

What kind of photo or pictures do you have ? Can you screenshot of the photo or picture ? 

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TomGraham
New Contributor III

Here is a sample of one the picturesPhoto.JPG

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PROBERT68
Frequent Contributor

Is that the only picture or do you have a  lot of them ?

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TomGraham
New Contributor III

We have lots, but will only use a few for these purposes.  Not enough that we have to worry about batching them.

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PROBERT68
Frequent Contributor

Did you take the pictures like IPhone or what ?

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TomGraham
New Contributor III

They are from a phone.  Does that impact how getting it to display like the painting in the video is displayed?

TomGraham_0-1656014731750.png

 

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PROBERT68
Frequent Contributor

No, but the Phone should provide you  the EXIF that include the GPS in it.

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TomGraham
New Contributor III

Yup, it did that.  That allows us to map where the photos are located on map and use the oriented imagery option.  But still doesn't make it so we can view them in 3D like the example.

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PROBERT68
Frequent Contributor

Didn't you use the Drones to do that ?

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