We flew the same mission twice, one year apart. The conditions of lighting and the subject were identical- forested, leaf-off, snow cover, overcast skies. Last year, the resolution was astounding- you could easily see snowshoe prints in the snow, and trees had a high level of detail. This year, the ground is much more blurry and DD seems to have interpreted the canopy differently- trees are more like blurry blobs, rather than just a straight up image.
Is this a setting that I should've been able to control? Did we inadvertently try to process the images as a 3d model instead of a 2d map? I don't recall doing anything differently, which is why we are wondering if DD is using a different technique or setting on their end.