PHOTOGRAPH READING AND INTERPRETATION

HERE YOU WILL GET KNOWLEDGE ON PHOTOGRAPH READING AND INTERPRETATION COVERING AREAS SUCH AS
TYPES OF PHOTOGRAPH
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GROUND, VERTICAL AND OBLIQUE PHOTOGRAPH
READING FEATURES PRESENTED ON PHOTOGRAPH
IDENTIFICATION OF NATURAL AND MAN-MADE FEATURES IN FORE, MIDDLE, AND BACKGROUND OF PHOTOGRAPH
INTERPRETATION OF FEATURES PRESENTED ON PHOTOGRAPH

disadvantages of ground (horizontal) photograph

6 disadvantages of ground level photograph.

Ground level/horizontal photograph, are as the name suggest, taken from the ground level perspective. Ground photograph is taken when a camera is held level to the ground. When ground photograph is taken the axis of the camera is placed horizontally toward the object. Ground photograph is the most common type of photography.   Disadvantages of …

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Six (6) importance of photograph in geography studies.

Photograph is a picture taken by means of film in the the camera OR this is an image of object which is recorded by a camera on light sensitive film or paper. Camera is basic equipment used in taking photograph and develop it on special paper known as film.  The following are importance of photograph …

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6 advantages of vertical aerial photograph over the oblique aerial photograph

6 advantages of vertical aerial photograph over the oblique aerial photograph

Vertical aerial photograph is an aerial photograph technique where the shots are taken from directly above the subject of the image. Hence, this method of aerial photograph is also often referred to as “overhead aerial photograph. Oblique photographs (also known as oblique aerial photographs or oblique air photographs) are taken from a high point, which …

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6 advantages of vertical aerial photograph over map

6 advantages of vertical aerial photograph over map.

Vertical aerial photograph is an aerial photograph technique where the shots are taken from directly above the subject of the image. Hence, this method of aerial photograph is also often referred to as “overhead aerial photograph.  map is scaled representation of part or whole of the earth’s surface on flat surface such as wood or …

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Six (6) advantages of oblique aerial photograph over vertical aerial photograph

6 advantages of oblique aerial photographs over the vertical aerial photographs.

Oblique Aerial Photographs are Photographs taken at an angle. If they are taken from a low angle earth surface–aircraft, they are called low oblique and photographs taken from a high angle are called high or steep oblique. The technical definition of the vertical aerial photograph is photography looking down on a subject at an angle …

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How to draw a sketch map from given photograph.

The following are procedures to be followed when drawing a sketch map from a given photograph: Draw a rectangle or square of the same size as the photograph on the piece of paper. This forms a margin of the map Subdivide the photograph to be sketched into three equal section using faint pencil line to …

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ADVANTAGES OF GROUND LEVEL PHOTOGRAPHY

5 ADVANTAGES OF GROUND LEVEL PHOTOGRAPH

Ground level/horizontal photograph, are as the name suggest, taken from the ground level perspective. Ground photograph is taken when a camera is held level to the ground. When ground photograph is taken the axis of the camera is placed horizontally toward the object. Ground photograph is the most common type of photography. The following are …

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