dempseyg Posted March 7, 2014 Report Share Posted March 7, 2014 I am considering using RTI in a research project this summer. The location is a natural limestone cave 37m long and about 6.1m in height and c.2m wide. There is a man made entrance to the cave in the form of a Souterrain (drystone lined tunnel) there is a small amount of natural light in this section at the opening where I hope to record some carvings. Within the cave there are some carvings in the rock face which I also hope to record. Using flash photography within the cave produces mixed results in images, and due to the small width can cause the carvings to be covered by flash photography. I am wondering if the flash element of RTI could be replaced by a stationary light source which could be rotated around the camera? Any advice or suggestions on previous work would be appreciated Gary. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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