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  • This course will provide those attending with skills required for basic photogrammetry. It will cover the theory of photogrammetry, how the process works, how best to take photographs to yield the best results and the software required. After an introductory talk, the remaining course will be practical with ample time for those participating to take photos of the magnificent church of St Marys and surrounding graveyard. This will contribute to a new study, and also documenting memorials to the typhoid victims.


    Each student will be encouraged to take their photos home to process, and will hopefully have gained the necessary skills to continue their own work in photogrammetry. A good understanding on IT would be helpful, although not essential.


    The course will take place from 8.20am to 5pm. Lunch will be provided.


    Please note: persons aged 15 are welcome to attend with a parent or guardian accompanying. Ages 16 and 17 may attend unaccompanied with parental or guardian permission.

    We aim to be accessible to everyone, so if you do have access requirements, please get in touch so we can discuss what we can do to help.


    If you would like to to do this course, but also attend the rest of the week either as a volunteer for excavation or to put what you have learnt into practice with our post ex teams, please email for our discounted rates on the course. We can also offer day rates for camping and meals for those who wish to stay on site either side of the course.

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