Quality photographs of evidence can communicate details about crime scenes that otherwise may go unnoticed, making skilled forensic photographers invaluable assets to modern police departments. For those seeking a current and concise guide to the skills necessary in forensic photography, Police Photography , Seventh Edition, provides both introductory and more advanced information about the techniques of police documentation. Completely updated to include information about the latest equipment and techniques recommended for high-quality digital forensic photography, this new edition thoroughly describes the techniques necessary for documenting a range of crime scenes and types of evidence, including homicides, arson, and vehicle incidents. With additional coverage of topics beyond crime scenes, such as surveillance and identification photography, Police Photography , Seventh Edition is an important resource for students and professionals alike.In the absence of a flash meter, the ability to calculate flash exposures manually for any number of photographic ... and film speed, there is a guide number that represents the product of the flash-to-subject distance multiplied by the f-stop.
|Author||:||Larry S. Miller, Norman Marin|
|Publisher||:||Routledge - 2014-09-01|