Seven decades of aerial photography

WSP Opus have a fully catalogued collection of historical aerial oblique photographs available online for the first time. Our collection of aerial photographs date back to the 1930's covering all of New Zealand.

Our collection covers seven decades of aerial photography taken during the 20th century. It records changes in the country's landscapes, towns and cities as well as developments such as public works programs on highways and dams.


What is an oblique photograph?
Falling under aerial photography, typically an oblique photograph will be taken with the axis of a camera between the horizontal plane of the ground and the vertical plan of perpendicular to the ground. 

There are two types of oblique options - high and low oblique. High oblique photographs will include the locations horizon, a low oblique photograph will show only the surface of the earth. For more information speak to our team. 

How to Order
Send us an email or call us on 0800 680690 to discuss your requirements.