SEPTEMBER 16-20, 2019
This 5-day course capacitates students with photogrammetric documentation skills that meet international standards. Photogrammetry, the science of creating three-dimensional measurements from photographs, needs only the basic tools of a camera and computer. It can even be done with a smartphone, and can run on free software. Students need only a basic working knowledge in photography or documentation for this course. The program software used is COLMAP. https://colmap.github.io/
Photogrammetry’s output can be large, conducted by drone for towns, or objects, with an output that can be more accurate than that of a laser scan.
The field school will be run by CIPA (Comite International de la Photogrametrie Architecturale / International Committee of Architectural Photogrammetry), a scientific committee of ICOMOS, which promotes measurement sciences in heritage documentation. Established in 1968, CIPA has 50 years of collective experience from an international network of experts in the fields of technology and heritage. CIPA leads international training programs for conservation, advises government bodies, non-profit groups and institutions on tools, technology and methods for recording, documentation, and information management of cultural heritage.
Prof. Andreas Georgopoulos, CIPA President, Executive Board, CIPA / Laboratory of Photogrammetry, School of Rural & Surveying Engineering, National Technical University of Athens
Margarita Skamantzari / Laboratory of Photogrammetry, School of Rural & Surveying Engineering, National Technical University of Athens
Additionally, there will be local facilitators who will be pre-trained by the facilitators to better the teacher-student ratio.
APPLICATIONS OF PHOTOGRAMMETRY
Photogrammetry has a wide use in heritage preservation, and is increasingly applied in archaeology, and conservation of objects and sites. Site managers and other stakeholders with little technical skill beyond basic photography are welcome. Used primarily as a tool to document and measure, photogrammetry can also be used as a diagnostic and evaluation tool. Photogrammetry can be used to gain a clearer view of the object or site, monitor its rate of deterioration, and evaluate effects after treatments.
photogrammetry in the philippine setting
This photogrammetry field school fills in the gap in the shortage of trained documentation professionals in the Philippines. Generally, a significant portion of a restoration project’s budget is spent on documentation, if using professionals from Manila, and if a laser scan is involved. Photogrammetry can empower local community members to begin the process of the restoration. The data can then be sent to relevant government agencies and professionals for review.
photogrammetry vs laser scanning
Photogrammetry is an inexpensive alternative to the costly 3D laser scanning. If executed properly, photogrammetry can yield the same precision as a laser scan, and its accuracy can surpass that of a laser when documenting museum objects.
|9:00 AM – 10:40||
Introduction to Digital Geometric Documentation, Techniques, Applications and Limitations
Introduction to Photogrammetry,Digitally Rectified Photography & Photo-mosaics
Terrestrial Laser Scanning – Point Clouds – 3D models
|1:00 – 2:00 PM||Introduction to Field School Program and Outputs
Introduction to Digital Photography
|3:20 – 5:00 PM||Tutorial of Software (Image-based modelling: processing images, rectification)|
|5:00-5:30||Distribution of field sites|
|Field Work: Participants work on selected sites in Intramuros to acquire data|
|Class work: Review of raw data by professors; data processing|
|1:00- 5:00||Class work: Review of raw data by professors; data processing|
Class work: Data Processing
|1:00-5:00||Class work: Data Processing|
|Class work: Preparation of Final Results and Presentation by Participants|
|1:00-5:00||Class work: Preparation of Final Results and Presentation by Participants|
|6:30 pm||Graduation dinner|
To signal your interest, please send CV and description of how you intend to use the skill after the program to email@example.com. Slots are very limited. Preference will be given to local stakeholders, those whose past work have assisted local communities in documenting their heritage, or those who can provide a sustainable paid service in parts of the country where such service is absent. A panel will review the application and respond within 15 working days.
Early program registration for full week is USD$ 400.00 or PhP 20,000.00, open until August 1 2019.
Registration after August 1 is USD$ 500.00 or 25,000.00.
The fees exclude transport and lodging. Fees include a welcome and final dinner.
Generous grants from the Museum Foundation of the Philippines, Inc. have enabled ICOMOS to offer ten (10) scholarships that cover tuition, accommodation and partial travel for students outside of Metro Manila. The strongest applicant is one who can demonstrate past work in the service of heritage preservation, and the capacity to put skills to local use.
Applicants should email firstname.lastname@example.org with a CV and a letter of intent describing how this technology will be used in the service of heritage preservation, whether for urban planning, museum work, landscape and architectural heritage preservation. Scholars will be emailed an application form. Scholarships for Filipino citizens only.