The INSPIRE Directive, which was passed in 2007, has the goal of making possible the interoperability of the sets and services of spatial data in the European Union's member states. Conducting the sequence of legal, organizational, technical changes in individual countries is essential for achieving its planned purpose. One of the requirements for being included in a technical sphere is an adaptation of the data's infrastructure for disclosing data in the specifications which have been drawn up. Specifications of data are, or will be, published for every subject of data which have been described in enclosures to the INSPIRE Directive. Two specifications are "photogrammetric" specifications from attachment #2: Elevation and OrtoImagery. In the Polish regulation, the UML application schema consists of 5 models (DTM, Ortophoto, Picture and two support models). Specifications of given subjects from attachment #2 have not yet been finalized, but we can expect that no revolutionary changes will be made. A decision had been taken in the Polish Head Office of Geodesy and Cartography, as a first step, will adapt "Polish" infrastructures to the requirements of the INSPIRE Directive. This will mean drawing up and enacting future regulations which will access and apply the UML schemas which have been harmonized and integrated with ISO standards of the 19100 series and GML. The purpose of this article is to make a comparative analysis of application schemas of the INSPIRE data specification and from the "photogrammetric" regulation. Given the INSPIRE Directives which have been available, it is essential that the data should agree with specifications given for the structures.