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Press Release: L-Tron & OSCR return from a successful 2021 IAI Conference in Nashville, TN

The L-Tron team has returned from a successful trip to the 2021 International Association for Identification (IAI) Conference, held in Nashville, TN. This forensic conference – the largest in the world of its kind – took place from August 1-7. This marks the third national IAI event that L-Tron has exhibited and sponsored. The company …

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Crime Scene Lighting with OSCR360: The Benefits of HDR

Lighting is one of the most crucial elements of forensic photography. In order to gain the proper exposure and a fair and accurate picture of a scene, it’s important to consider: current lighting, how your equipment may adapt, and what you can do to achieve optimal crime scene lighting. Discover more about HDR capabilities and crime scene lighting in this blog.

What three types of photographs are taken at crime scenes?

Forensic Photography: What types of photographs are taken at crime scenes?

Photography is the primary tool for crime scene documentation. Proper crime scene photography is a deliberate and systematic process. Its main purpose is to visually convey all aspects of the scene to someone who wasn’t there. To accomplish this, all crime scene photography consists of three basic types of photographs: overall, mid-range, and close-up.

Camera Selection for Forensic Photography

True & Accurate Police Photography, Part 7: Camera Selection

In our first blog, we discussed camera modes and how to make the best choice as a forensic photographer. Then, we discussed the importance of making good photography choices – regarding exposure controls, camera lenses, metering modes and more. Now, we will jump into camera selection – specific to forensic photography. “Size matters not. Judge me by my …

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Police Photography: Order of Photography

True & Accurate Police Photography, Part 6: Order of Photography

True & Accurate Police Photography, Part 6: Order of Photography   My first photography instructor was fond of order. Lesson one began with the exhortation, “Order. We must first have order.” His meaning was clear: all things must be done in sequence and for a reason. Crime scene photography is a deliberate and systematic process …

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