Refresher Forensic Photography Course Agenda

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Refresher Forensic Photography Course Agenda Released

 

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When:

Thursday, April 12, 2018 from 10am to 3pm

Where:

Rochester, NY

Cost:

Free, lunch included

Open only to Active Law Enforcement

Seats are limited

**Basic photography skills recommended**

**Please, bring your camera**

The Refresher Forensic Photography Course Agenda:

 

“Stop letting your camera control you and break out of the auto mode rut”

– Hank Kula, Sergeant (Ret.) & Course Instructor

Course agenda is as follows:

  1. Overview – Hi, welcome to your camera.
    • Introduction
    • Basic controls
    • Exposure variables
    • Auto mode downfalls
    • Distance distortion
    • The courtroom mindset
  2. DSLR Camera ControlsRefresher Forensic Photography Course Agenda
    • Camera menus and feedback
    • P/A/S/M modes
    • Focusing techniques
    • Metering
    • Forensic settings
      • “Normal” focal lengths
      • Image quality and size
    • Controlling flash
  3. Standard Scene Procedures
    • Overall, midrange, closeup
    • Evidence photography guidelines
    • Use of markers and scales
  4. Intro to Spherical Imaging with OSCR360
    • Overview of OSCR360
    • Value of spherical imaging for crime scenes
    • Hardware demonstration
    • Sync and software display
    • Case study
    • Integration into case work
    • Packaging for court

So what will your evidence technicians take away from the refresher forensic photography course agenda?

 

End goal: get your crime scene pictures right the first time you take them.

This five-hour refresher forensic photography course will encourage and enable you to control your camera – instead of having your camera control you. Photography is often your primary forensic documentation tool. Topics we will cover include: camera settings, exposure values, crime scene procedures, & macro photography. The training will close with an introduction to the benefits of spherical imaging to integrate and relate traditional photography to other digital evidence for both investigations and courtroom presentations.

The course will be led by Sergeant (Ret.) Hank Kula and a current Sheriff’s Deputy, with a combined 46 years in Law Enforcement and experience in collision reconstruction, crime scene photography, crime scene analysis, and police instruction.

 

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Julianne

Questions? Interested in learning more?

To schedule a call, register for the course, or speak to our trainer, Hank, please contact Julianne at:

Call 585-383-0050 x115 or Email info@L-Tron.com