Great work Mike, its always great to see some diversity in the research presented at conferences and I am especially happy to see work on aerial multispectral imaging. The research looks great and the poster is informative, although I would like to give a couple of aesthetic pointers for future presentations if possible.
The poster is very text heavy, so try and look for ways to cut down on the number of words used where possible to really make those images stand out. 'A picture is worth 1000 words' so make them count, with anything involving maps from imaging surveys, you get really colourful images that draw the reader in, take advantage of that and really show them off. The other comment is just regarding the changes between single and double width columns in the poster. I can understand why you did it, but it can be a little confusing to the reader as the eye tends to travel down one column and then over to the next one. In the middle, i work my way down the methodology section, but then I don't know straight away whether i am to read results or multispectral imaging next. As a poster viewer tends to spend, on average, only a couple of minutes at each poster (devastating given the hours you put into making it), you need to make it as clear as possible.
I hope these comments are useful for the future, I think its a great project and I am looking forward to seeing more in the future.
Thank you for your kind comments and I agree completely, the diversity shown in the posters in the conference has been amazing, there is so much fascinating research happening at the moment.
Thank you for your advice, I can see exactly what you mean and will bear that in mind for the next poster.
I have 11 more graves set up to scan, as we were limited on thsi research, so I hope to have more results in teh next few months and then some exciting stuff planned for the PhD in September.