This question is related to a previous question without accepted question. I hope that the argument provided below will help to take a decision.
Could you please tell me what's wrong with my post now that I have edited it.
To my knowledge (if you look on the Web), there are less than ten books on photogrammetry. So the number of answers would never be as large as the other so-called shopping list questions.
My question is precise: I don't have time to read all the books to find out if the chapter about UAV is documented enough, but there should be an objective answer to this.
On meta, the most upvoted answer to the question is kind of "pro" shopping list if it is precise
There are two tags about learning /learning ressources, and one tag about books. This is misleading to have tags if the most likely question to be asked with those tags are not welcome.
Nothing personnal, but four out of five users who are against this post answered a "shopping list question" in the past. Therefore I am wondering why those were "good" questions and not mine. See gis.stackexchange.com/questions/44720/…, gis.stackexchange.com/questions/24/…, gis.stackexchange.com/questions/78700/… and gis.stackexchange.com/questions/36736/… to understand why they were accepted but not mine.
Remark : I got the answer I was looking for (a book that I didn't know), so I don't need to reopen the question. However, I originally had the same question about automated image registration, hence this post on meta.