Here is my first stab at a conformal, 3D elevation map where the elevation is relative to local ground. This shows the tallest trees are downhill from the flat top area. I had no idea. Drones & DD are wonderful. Once I import LiDAR data, I can improve its accuracy. Forest guys using Carlson Civil must do this all the time. And with a little work, it fits in my budget.
I re-did the z-to-color mapping, toning down the too-bright colors and tweaking the colors to have more equal perceptual steps.
Here is the conventional 3D elevation map of about the same region (just a little shorter on the right):