Advanced Crime Scene Photography

Date & Time: May 8-11, 2017 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
Location: Henry C. Lee Institute - Gehring Hall Room 101
Instructor: Instructors are from the staff of the Henry C. Lee Institute of Forensic Science and University of New Haven.
Tuition: $595

Crime scene photography is usually a challenging task.  Lighting conditions, obstacles, weather, building designs and damage, can all contribute to the challenge of properly capturing the scene as it appears now for later use in the investigation and trials.  This course will go beyond Basic Crime Scene Photography and will cover the aspects of night photography, urban settings, difficult lighting, objects in shadows, software, storage of images, extracting information from captured digital data, and adjusting the photo copy to bring out necessary detail.

The student should bring a suitable digital camera, cards, flash unit, tripod, and laptop computer that they will be working with.  This is a four day course designed to bring the student theory and practical application through hands-on photography work.

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