Archaeological information and photography
The members of the Foundation are familiar with giving lectures, teaching courses, participating in television programmes and producing publications. This is also true for the production of pictorial material of archaeological objects and monuments for various publications, such as e.g. the more than 150 special illustrations in the history book of Drenthe (geschiedenisboek van Drenthe, 2017).
As far as lectures, courses and publications are concerned, these are geared at both a specialist and a wide audience.
Many years of archaeological experience allow us to correctly assess the (pictorial) wishes of the archaeologist / client. This prevents unclarities and saves time.
If necessary, special equipment is used for the production of panoramic pictures, focus stacking and high dynamic range photography. If so desired, we work with photomast and remote control cameras. This allows us to take pictures from a surprising perspective.