College: How to analyze/interpret aerial landscape photos?
Posted in the Archaeology Forum
#1 Feb 5, 2013
I am currently taking a class regarding Chinese landscape. Apparently the teacher thinks we all know how to read the landscapes already (I am taking this as a GE, and it is my first archaeology class).
How can I go about interpreting aerial photos? How can I figure out what are the mountains, water ways, aquaducts, rivers, plains, etc.? I need to figure this out because we have a test coming up soon. We will be using both color and CORONA photographs.
Can anyone recommend me a good site that teaches you how to train your eyes to see these things? To me, everything looks the same!
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