Heritage Photography (24 March - Woking)
Surrey History Centre
Saturday 24th March 2012, 10am–4pm
Cost: £15 , with CBA members receiving a 10% discount.
This one-day training course for adults will provide an introduction to the use of photography in archaeology through interactive discussions, demonstrations and practical tasks. Over the course of the day the following subjects will be covered:
- Photography Fundamentals – How a camera works
- Photography Equipment – Getting to know your camera and lenses
- Photographic Quality – Archival and recording standards
- Archaeological Photography – Discussing different situations, finds, stratigraphy, buildings, and photography as evidence and as a general record
- Additional Equipment – Scales and photo boards
- Special Lighting Techniques – Recording inscriptions/rock-art, small finds detail and dealing with strong contrast situations
- Specialist Photography – Aerial-Cam, rectification and 3-D modelling
- Post Capture Processing – Software and basic techniques
- Copyright Matters
This event will be led by Adam Stanford of Aerial-Cam and will be held at the Surrey History Centre, 130 Goldsworth Road, Woking GU21 6ND.
Limited free parking is available on site and there is wheelchair access.
Tea and coffee will be available but lunch will not be provided.
Please note that it is not essential but may be useful for delegates to bring with them any camera equipment that they are already or will be using.
Tickets cost £15 (£13.50 for CBA members) and are limited so book early to avoid disappointment.
Book your place online here!
If you are a CBA member claiming discounted price, please include your membership number (which can be found on your British Archaeology mailing sheet).
For more information please contact Laura Joyner, Assistant Community Archaeologist, Surrey County Archaeological Unit on 01483 518241 or by email.
This training event is brought to you by the Council for British Archaeology and Surrey County Archaeological Unit and has been funded by English Heritage, with support from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund.
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