Photography is a picture obtained by using a camera. Photographs are very important in study geography because they are good for studying geographical information. Some of the limitations of uses photography includes:
1. Black and white photographs don’t show the real colours of objects or scenery e.g. it’s difficult to distinguish ripe coffee berries from green ones.
2. Some aerial photographs have objects which are far away and hence unclear which may lead to the wrong interpretation.
3. Vertical aerial photographs are difficult to interpret without special instruments like stereoscopes.
4. Photographs are difficult to interpret if they are brulled because it’s difficult to distinguish objects which look similar e.g. wheat and barley.
5. Coloured photographs are generally expensive to produce.