Conservation of Rock Art. Proceedings of the International Workshop on the Conservation of Rock Art, Perth, September 1977 (1978), pp. 15-21
The comments in this paper are made with little background in archaeology. The aim is to suggest areas where photogrammetry may be able to make a useful contribution. The basic principles of photogrammetery are described, followed by the use of stereophotography and its range of potential archaeological applications from small scale aerial photographs to close range terrestrial photography. An example of the recording of a stone arrangement is given.