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Practical Forensic Digital Imaging: Applications and Techniques
Patrick Jones, "Practical Forensic Digital Imaging: Applications and Techniques"
ISBN: 1420060120 | 2011 | PDF | 402 pages | 32 MB

Well-documented scenes can prove to be invaluable pieces of evidence at trial, and the ability to take compelling photographs is a critical skill for forensic scientists and investigators. is an up-to-date and thorough treatment of digital imaging in the forensic sciences. Balancing practical considerations with scientific and standards-based requirements, the book's clear, concise presentation illustrates the essentials of digital imaging required by professionals in the field.
Enhanced with crisp color photos, the book covers a host of critical topics, including:

The fundamentals of photographing crime scenes
The history of photography and the transition to digital imaging
Digital camera hardware and photographic techniques
Light, filters, and macro/micro imaging
Lay, professional, and expert witnesses, and the implications of Frye and Daubert
Enhancement of images and digital panoramic camera scanning
Storage of digital media
Ultraviolet and infrared imaging
Digital photo imaging microscopes
Covering the full range of scenarios that forensic professionals encounter, the author includes special sections dedicated to photography involving footwear and tire impressions, vehicles, death and morgue scenes, and taphonomic and entomological imaging, as well as fingerprints, burglaries, fire and arson, sex offenses, blood, and trace evidence and microscopy. The techniques in this volume enable photographers to capture the images that will not only tell the story, but will also stand up in court.

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