Start by setting the boundary of your project. This is dependent on the terrain and size of the mapping project. What is most important before flying to collect data is remembering that your flight boundary must be set beyond that of your project.
We recommend you set the flight boundary at least 100 feet beyond your selected processing boundary to ensure you have an adequate artifact distortion buffer. This will also ensure the geospatial integrity of the model.
If flight includes the use of LiDAR sensors, flight boundary should include 1/2 swath distance.