- The angle at the perspective center between the photograph perpendicular and the plumb line, or another exterior reference direction. In aerial photography, tilt may be separated into the component angles. A tilt in the direction of the x axis is known as φ (phi) tilt, and a tilt in the direction of the y axis is known as λ (omega) tilt.
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