The knee bone’s connected to the thigh bone

By mike henderson on 10 Feb 2012

I recently spent the day with Museum of London Archaeology photographer Andy Chopping. On arriving at the photography studio I was greeted by a large white backdrop screen and an array of camera and lighting equipment adjusted to my height. I had brought with me one of the well preserved human skeletons from our archaeological collections and began to set out the bones onto a large, six foot long light box. I laid out the skeleton in standard anatomical position as I would during full osteological analysis: the body extended on the back with the feet together and palms facing […]