This seminar is co-sponsored by The Forensic Expert Witness Association
Almost every forensic discipline uses photography to document evidence, assist in analysis, or use as illustrations in their reports and testimony. Most experts have received little or no training in photography, and are therefore not getting nearly as much out of their visual evidence as they could.
This seminar will provide the non-photography forensic expert with the knowledge and techniques to take better photographs, and to utilize existing photographs to get the most from this important evidence. In addition we will cover some basics of image management, metadata analysis, and interrogating the photographs of the opposing side.
The seminar will be a combination of presentation and demonstration so that every attendee will benefit from the information. Attendees are welcome to bring their camera equipment to discuss during breaks – however there is no requirement to do so, and there will not be hands-on exercises. But, everyone will be welcome to photograph the demonstration set-ups, etc.
More information on this one-day seminar will be coming soon.