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Practical, Scientific Use of Photogrammetry in Cultural Heritage

Bryn Mawr College is delighted to host this workshop on photogrammetry, taught by instructors from Cultural Heritage Imaging, for faculty, staff and students. The workshop will last four days, with a fifth prerequisite full-day session for participants who need to learn or review how to operate a digital SLR camera in fully manual mode, getting good exposures, depth-of-field, and focusing in order to participate fully. 

What You Will Learn

  • Key principles and concepts of photogrammetry
  • Scientific photogrammetric imaging capture workflow
  • Practical information about imaging equipment, image capture setups, and software
  • Optimized processing workflow to reduce error in the image data
  • Software processing skills to build finished 3D content
  • Examples of photogrammetry results from different areas of cultural heritage and the natural sciences

Who Should Attend

  • Museum, library, and archive staff working in collections documentation and research
  • Photographers who wish to move from 2D to 3D content development
  • Conservation and preservation professionals dealing with any type of physical material
  • People with a passion for rock art
  • Archaeologists, anthropologists, classicists, epigraphers, historians, and natural scientists
  • Anyone interested in 3D imaging technology and its practical applications
  • Virtual reality animators and modelers who want to capture real-world subjects

Register Now!

Seats for the hands-on portion of this workshop will be limited, and registration is required. If you are interested in attending, please sign up here: https://brynmawr.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_bf4910kMGxHc8vP

Participants who have their own digital SLR cameras are encouraged to bring them, but we will also have loaners for people who need them. All computer equipment and software will be provided.


Questions? Please contact Marianne Weldon, Objects Conservator and Collections Manager for Special Collections (610-526-5022 or

June 8, 2017 Show more dates
All Day Event
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Carpenter Digital Media and Collaboration Lab
Library & Information Technology Services
  Digital Scholarship     Workshop  

Event Organizer

Marianne Weldon