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Over the course of 3 days I created an orthomosaic of my study area using a P4 MS drone. I did not think that the weather conditions varied that much between the days but after processing the multispectral ortho I am seeing a lot of variation between the ortho of images from day 1 and day 2, day 1 and day 3, etc…
Is there anything that can be done to adjust these images, either in post or pre processing, so that the final ortho looks cleaner (for lack of better words)? Or would the best course of action be to re-fly the study area?
C: Disable Color Balancing
Also, if the previous suggestion did not work, you could try to disable the color balancing in the mosaic generation. According to our experience, this can help in some cases.
Unfortunately, at this moment, we are not able to make this change via the user interface. What you can do is to:
Process the three steps.
Open .p4d file. (located in …\project_name.p4d). Please use a text editor to open the .p4d file
I have gone through and tried each of these suggestions to no avail. I appreciate this response and will surely use these methods to troubleshoot my issues next time around! Thank you so much Daniele, I greatly appreciate your help!
Thank you for trying the suggestions provided. Unfortunately, it seems that the differences between the different projects were too important.
Acquiring images with the same weather and light condition could certainly help solve the issue in the future.