Photogrammetry for archaeologists: Hands on training with AGISoft Photoscan/Metashape
Workshop | October 18 | 2-4 p.m. | 101 2251 College (Archaeological Research Facility)
Felicia De Pena, Anthropology, UC Berkeley
In this introduction to AGISoft Metashape (formerly known as "Photoscan") we will cover the basics of photography, photo editing, and processing to create 3D models. Proper photography is essential for producing the geometry necessary for Metashape to stitch photos and will be covered in the first part of the workshop. We will cover basic photo editing, pre-processing, and organization for importing images into Metashape. The last portion of the workshop will be dedicated to the Metashape workflow and 3D model construction. Both large-scale and turntable photogrammetry will be discussed.
Please bring a laptop and have Metashape Pro installed and running on your machine prior to the workshop. It is available for Mac/Windows/Linux from
and a free 30 day trial is available.
Registration Info: Workshops cost $50 for non-UC attendees. The workshops are free for students, faculty, and staff.
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