Photography is an important documentary tool in cultural heritage management. It is often a requirement that heritage places - including archaeological sites, buildings and structures, gardens and objects - be photographically recorded prior to alteration or destruction. The guidelines below provide guidance for those commissioning or undertaking photographic recording of heritage places and objects.
The Photographic Recording Guidelines can be downloaded here.
The NSW Heritage Division's Photographic Recording of Heritage Items using film or digital capture can be downloaded here.