Archaeologists take photographs to show what remains of a site, to show the sites' location and to highlight important features.
If you have a digital camera, smartphone or tablet, you can practice taking site photographs.
In this mission you are an Archaeologist, your task is to practice taking photographs of buildings. You could use your house, a garden shed, or any other free standing building or feature as your practice site.
Have a go at taking a good 'locating shot' of your builiding. A locating shot shows where your building is located and also shows its surroundings.
You can also practice taking phtogoraphs of features such as windows and doors.
Once a photograph is taken have a look at the picture to make sure it is a good picture. It is a good idea to take two or more photographs at a time, so that you have plenty of photographs to choose from.
Have a look at the photographs below for inspiration.