SLR Digital camera, flash, tripod & other available accesories
This course will instruct patrol officers and detectives on the proper use of their agency's digital SLR camera. Students will learn how to document a crime scene and capture evidence through the use of appropriate photography techniques.
Students will learn the importance of accurately capturing a crime scene so the resulting images reflect the scene at the time it was processed. Students will learn the appropriate methods for archiving digital images for submission to a court of law. Emphasis will also be placed on the use of tripods, flash photography, macro photography, and the use of alternative lighting sources.
This hands-on course provides intimate instruction techniques so students learn by doing. Students are required to bring their agency's digital camera, camera flash, available camera lenses, flashlight, and a tripod.
Topics of Instruction Include:
Day 1 - Lecture; learning your equipment; basics on how and why things work;
in-class and outdoor practicals.
Day 2 - Review of photograph taken on Day 1; indoor and outdoor low-light
photographs; outdoor night practical.
Day 3 - Close-up photography; macro photography; vehicle photography; reviewing
optional photography equipment; indoor crime scene and final practical
Please note that Day 2 will begin at noon and end at 8:00 p.m.
Who Should Attend?
This course is for patrol-level personnel who document traffic accidents and crime
scenes as well as new detectives and investigators who are not familiar with digital
SLR cameras and accessories.
Three (3) days -
21 contact hours:
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
*See special hours
6 - 8, 2016
Fairview Park Police Department
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