Similar to a Lidar scan, Photogrammetry can likewise be a suitable method for capturing buildings. An advantage for using Photogrammetry rather than Lidar is that the high-quality texture maps have a 1:1 ratio of surface to texture; much higher than does Lidar. Challenges that arise with Photogrammetry include maintaining consistent lighting during outdoor shoots. Geographic locations also play a part since some locations simply have better light from the sun. Regardless, an experienced team can iron out any problems.
Cars and vehicles are great subjects for Photogrammetry since they are static, thus eliminating noise. Shiny surfaces can pose problems with traditional 3D scanning methods, but Photogrammetry can dodge the noise by utilizing appropriate lighting conditions.