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Rectified Photographic Surveys
Using a high specification digital Canon SLR and Adobe Photoshop CS2 software I can produce accurately rectified photographs of historic buildings and archaeological sites.
If you can provide scaled drawings of the subject I can rectify from those. If not I can produce the drawings and the photographic images.
See below for the rectified image of the Main Stables at Osterley Park. One of ten elevations provided for the Paul Drury Partnership to assess the brickwork of this National Trust owned property.
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Below: Rectified image of an elevation of Chelmsford Cathedral which was used as the record for a repointing exercise guided by English Heritage.
Below. Rectified image of the southern facade of a church in Suffolk. Recorded for a repointing and stonework refurbishment program along with two flanking stair towers.
Below: Rectified image of the exterior of a wheelwrights shop in East Sussex for a stone by stone rebuild. Every elevation inside and out was recorded despite the enormous amount of rubbish that was left inside it.