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DIGITAL CRIME SCENE PHOTOGRAPHY

This hands-on, three-day course is specifically designed for all law enforcement personnel who have the responsibility of using digital photography to properly document crime scenes and physical evidence. The course is custom designed to provide students with a thorough working understanding of their specific camera’s functions and improve their skills as Crime Scene Photographers.

Those with no previous photography training as well as the more experienced students will benefit from the detailed, hands-on instruction presented in a time proven “learn it, then do it” format.

Instruction includes:

  • The basics of photography
  • Understanding your camera
  • Program, Automatic, & Manual modes & how to use them
  • ISO, white balance, aperture, shutter speed & exposure compensation made simple
  • Choosing the best lens for the job
  • Using the power of your flash
  • The differences in digital formats
  • Getting a proper exposure in any light
  • Burglary, assault, homicide, & officer involved shooting scenes.
  • Taking excellent injury photographs
  • Time exposures & painting-with-light
  • Comparison-quality footwear & tire track photographs
  • Telling the story of your Crime Scene with digital photography

All this and more will be presented in a simple, non-technical, easy to understand format that can be put to immediate use at your next crime scene.

TUITION

$389.00 - 24 Hours, Non-POST Reimbursable

2013/2014 DATES

  • TBA

LOCATION

  • TBA

For those participants who will be flying in, Lindberg Field in San Diego is the most convenient airport (you will need to make your own shuttle arrangements.) 

REGISTRATION 

Because classes fill up quickly, we strongly encourage registering as soon possible. Please have your training department call (562) 985-4940 or e-mail chhs-ccj@csulb.edu to make your reservations. If you make a reservation via email please include the following information:

  • Name and Date of Class
  • Training Managers Name
  • Training Managers Phone Number
  • Training Managers Email Address
  • Agency Name
  • Name of Attendee(s)
  • POST ID # for Attendee(s)

You will recieve a confirmation email letting you know that we have registered you for the class. Reservations are on a first come first serve basis, a waitlist will be established once the maximum number of students has been met.

GENERAL COURSE OUTLINE

 

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