|Tilt-shifted Alberta badlands|
|Slightly tilt-shifted Esco, Spain|
|I don't know if this is really tilt-shifted, but the vignette blurring was done in TiltShiftFocus on the iPad|
Caribou Fence Interactive is a fantastic site out of the Yukon that illustrates the construction, use, and archaeology of caribou fence systems in northwestern Canada.
MagicPlan is a free iPad/iPhone app that lets you construct accurate floorplans using a series of photos that you take in any room. Its designed to help arrange furniture and create real estate floor plans. But it seems so quick and easy and accurate that I think it could be used in archaeology to record features, especially on historic or industrial sites. I've really only played around with this in my house and it mapped my bedroom accurately in a couple minutes. An archaeologist friend used to to map his backyard. I'd like to take it around to some of the historic buildings and foundations sprinkled around St. John's and see how it works to record features. One weakness that I can foresee is that it assumes a horizontal floor surface, which may not always be the case in an archaeological feature - still, I think its worth exploring and experimenting with.
1-4: Tim Rast
5: Screen Grab from Caribou Fences Interactive
6: Screen Grab from MagicPlan Website