Aerial photography is commonly used for creating maps and capturing structures which are not easily accessible from the ground level.
In RealityCapture there is no difference between creating models from aerial imagery or terrestrial data.
You can freely combine aerial, street-level photos or even data from a terrestrial laser scanner.
However, to produce geo-referenced 3D models, you can import various data to automate the processing.
The general further workflow to create a 3D model continues as follows in this detailed step-by-step tutorial: click here. You can decide how far you want to go.
To create a true orthographic map or a digital surface model, you should follow this order:
Learn how to import flight log data
Geo-reference models, measure or improve accuracy using ground control points
Learn how to create a 3D model step-by-step
Learn how to create true-ortho photos, altitude or DSM maps