Crime Scene Photography. Edition No. 3

  • ID: 3612385
  • Book
  • 800 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Crime Scene Photography, Third Edition, covers the general principles and concepts of photography, while also delving into the more practical elements and advanced concepts of forensic photography. Robinson assists the reader in understanding and applying essential concepts in order to create images that are able to withstand challenges in court. This text is a required reading by both the International Association for Identification's Crime Scene Certification Board and the Forensic Photography Certification Board. Includes an instructor website with lecture slides, practical exercises, a test bank, and image collection and many videos which can be used.
  • Extensively illustrated with over 1000 full color photographs, with many images entirely new for the third edition
  • Over 100 practical exercises help the reader grasp the practical applications
  • Variations of correct and incorrect approaches, to be used alongside practical exercises, available online in the Instructor's Manual
  • The chapter on Special Photographic Situations includes new sections on autopsy photography, images from drones, recommendations to photographically document bloodstain patterns and firearms trajectories
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Chapter 1. History of Forensic Imaging

Chapter 2. Composition and Cardinal Rules

Chapter 3. Crime Scene Photography

Chapter 4. Basic Exposure (Nonflash) Concepts

Chapter 5. Focus, Depth of Field, and Lenses

Chapter 6. Electronic Flash

Chapter 7. Ultraviolet, Infrared, and Fluorescence

Chapter 8. Photogrammetry

Chapter 9. Special Photography Situations

Chapter 10. Digital Imaging Technologies

Chapter 11. Digital Image Processing of Evidentiary Photography

Chapter 12. Legal Issues Related to Photographs and Digital Images

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Robinson, Edward M.
Edward M. Robinson began his career in law enforcement in 1971, with the Arlington County (Virginia) Police Department (ACPD). After 25 years with the ACPD, Mr. Robinson created the Crime Scene Investigation concentration at The George Washington University for their Master of Forensic Science degree program, and continues there today.
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