Photography (Other Keyword)

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Aerial and Terrestrial Photography for Archeologists (1981)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Thomas E. Avery. Thomas R. Lyons.

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Aerial Photography in Archaeology (1957)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Dean Hamel.

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Aerial Photography Over Ozark Reservoir (1977)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael P. Hoffman.

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Aerial Photography Over Ozark Reservoir in West-Central Arkansas (1968)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Michael P. Hoffman.

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Application of High Altitude Photography in Archeological Survey (1977)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Roy J. Cochran, Jr.. Harold C. MacDonald.

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Applications of Aerial Photography and Remote Sensing To Hydrobiological Research in South Florida (1968)
DOCUMENT Citation Only M. C. Kolipinski. A. L. Higer.

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Approaching Eyri: Photographs, Memos and Ruin Memories  (2013)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Þóra Pétursdóttir.

The use of photography and the meaning of the photograph in our dealings with modern ruins and ruination has been a much discussed topic in workshops, seminars and less formal contexts during the four year life of the Ruin Memories project. This discussion has often been driven by a critique of how photography has come to dominate our approaches, hinting that it may be an "easy way out" – touching the surface of things instead of properly digging them for knowledge. With reference to my work...


An Archaeological Reconnaissance Survey of Portion of Ngerdelolk, Peliliu State (1985)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kautechang V. Blaiyok.

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Archeological Applications of Small-Scale False Color Infrared Photography in the National Petroleum Reserve--Alaska (1979)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert Gal.

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Archeological Applications of Small-Scale False-Color Infared Photography in the National Petroleum Reserve--Alaska (1979)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Robert Gal.

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Baltimore Center for Urban Archaeology Field School Manual (1988)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kristen Stevens Peters. Joseph III Keefer.

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Baltimore Center for Urban Archaeology Field School Manual Revised (1989)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Kristen L. Stevens.

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C. J. Young Artist: Archaeology of Civil War Photography and Stencil Cutting at Camp Nelson, Kentucky (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only W. Stephen McBride.

Recent excavations at Camp Nelson Civil War Park, KY have focused on the William Berkele Sutler store, which was part of the camp’s commercial district. While excavating north of the Berkele Store, we unexpectedly found evidence of a photograph gallery which included a stencil cutting operation.  Both of these products were in demand for Civil War soldiers, the former to send portraits of themselves back to loved ones, perhaps for the last time, and the latter to mark and claim personal...


Collections and Conveyor Belts: A New Way to Look at Artifacts (2016)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Stephanie Lambert. Joseph Bryce. Jaclyn Eckersley. Paul Stavast.

The process of labeling, measuring, photographing, and classifying artifacts consumes significant amounts of resources for museums and archaeologists. This poster presents technology developed by staff and students at the Museum of Peoples and Cultures at BYU for high-volume cataloging and processing of artifacts. The current project is an integrated system that will reduce basic cataloging tasks from over 10 minutes per item to less than 15 seconds per item. The system automates artifact...


The Decisive Moment in Archaeology: Photography and the Loss, Recovery, and Repatriation of America’s Missing in Action (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Jesse W. Stephen.

Henri Cartier-Bresson’s concept of the decisive moment (1952) is one of the most enduring and debated ideas of photography. Defined as when "the visual and psychological elements of people in a real life scene spontaneously and briefly come together in perfect resonance to express the essence of [the] human situation" (Suler 2012, 372), the decisive moment has been explored and practiced extensively in the space of modern photojournalism. Less common is the exploration of the decisive moment in...


Documentation Of Lithic Artifacts Using An Inexpensive Reflectance Transformation Imaging System (2015)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Leszek Pawlowicz.

Reflectance Transformation Imaging (RTI) creates a relightable virtual image of an artifact, allowing interactive manipulation of the light direction and light curve characteristics to bring out details difficult to impossible to see with the naked eye or in a photograph. One potential use of RTI is in the visual documentation of lithic artifacts, traditionally done using line drawings because of the difficulty in recording their features using still photographs. Techniques for enhancing lithic...


Dolores Archaeological Program Technical Reports, DAP-071: Photography - 1980 (1983)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Michael J. Hilton.

This report describes the activities of the Dolores Archaeological Program Photography Group during the 1980 analysis year (1 May 1980 through 30 April 1981) and documents changes in the photography system that occurred during that period. A total of 889 person-days was expended during the reporting period by the Photography Group. A total of 225 rolls of film were exposed on fieldwork subjects, and 193 rolls of film were exposed in the production of laboratory photographs. A new graphic catalog...


Dolores Archeological Program, Technical Reports, Volume 6, Chapter 4, Photography - 1979 (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only John P. Nylander.

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Dolores Project - Photography 1979 (1982)
DOCUMENT Citation Only John P. Nylander.

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Early Photography in Samoa: Marketing Stereotypes of Paradise (1991)
DOCUMENT Citation Only A. D. Nordstrom.

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Exploring Iran: The Photography of Erich F. Schmidt, 1930-1940
PROJECT Uploaded by: Leigh Anne Ellison

The Penn Museum's first archaeological expedition to Iran took place in 1931, when Erich F. Schmidt excavated the Bronze Age site of Tepe Hissar near the town of Damghan and the monumental buildings of the pre-Islamic Sasanian Palace. In this part of his adventurous and courageous life, Schmidt, then a young German WWI veteran who had received his Ph.D. degree under Franz Boas at Columbia University, documented the project with nearly 2,600 culturally significant photos—many under far from...


Exploring Iran: The Photography of Erich F. Schmidt, 1930-1940, Supplementary Material (2007)
DOCUMENT Full-Text Ayse Gürsan-Salzmann.

This cd-rom includes additional images to those printed in the book—from the Archives of the University Museum, to reveal a more expansive panorama of the people and places Schmidt and his teams visited, and images (Figures 81-88) kindly shared by Erika Schmidt, Erich Schmidt’s daughter, to provide a glimpse of Schmidt in his family surroundings during his post-field era. The captions give general information about the photographs, taken directly from the card files in the Museum’s Archives,...


High Quality Artifact and Field Photography on a Budget (2017)
DOCUMENT Citation Only David Knoerlein.

David Knoerlein CEP a certified professional evidence photographer and president of Forensic Digital Imaging, Inc. will demonstrate the three basic elements needed to produce professional quality digital photographs for artifact and field photography. Dave will demonstrate how to capture museum quality images of artifacts utilizing inexpensive tabletop digital camera equipment, as well as easy to use point and shoot style digital cameras for field photography. In addition, Mr. Knoerlein will...


Historical Photography and its Impacts on the Life and Legend of Nate Harrison (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Ryan B Anderson. Seth Mallios.

The numerous photographs of Nate Harrison by visitors to his Palomar Mountain property are an undeniable part of his continuing legacy. There are 32 different images, making Harrison the most photographed 19th-century San Diegan. This was a remarkable feat considering that he lived so far from the urban center of the city. Photography and photographs have long been a cornerstone of substantiating historical existence and constructing knowledge about the past. This paper discusses the social,...


Images of the Living Past: 19th-Century Moche Archaeological Photographs and Everyday Indigeneity in the Northern Peruvian Andes (2018)
DOCUMENT Citation Only Walther Maradiegue.

This presentation analyzes late 19th-century photography of Moche pre-Columbian buildings, as a way to inspect the buildings’ incorporation into everyday indigenous lives. I will focus on the work by German scientist Hans Heinrich Brüning (1848-1928). First arrived as an engineer hired by the most important sugar haciendas of the region, Brüning’s interests quickly shifted towards archaeological and ethnographic studies during his stay in the Northern Peruvian Andes between 1875 and 1920. His...