Crime Scene Photography, Second Edition
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Crime Scene Photography, Second Edition

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Crime Scene Photography, Second Edition covers the general principals and concepts of photography, while also delving into the more practical elements and advanced concepts of forensic photography. Edward Robinson assists the reader in understanding and applying essential concepts in order to create images that are able to withstand challenges in court. The first part of t

Hardcover, 720 pages
Published February 17th 2010 by Academic Press (first published March 1st 2007)
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Feb 22, 2013 Angela added it
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I am going for certification as a Crime Scene Analyst through the International Association for Identification -- and this is one of the three books I need to read and study!

started updates on the wrong edition --

Feb 29 - Enjoying the text thus far, but wish the narrative and the pictures that go with it were on the same page

March 13 - Exposure is just confusing...need to remember to use smaller apertures on sce...more
This is a basic Crime Scene Photography book that gives you information on many different techniques and situations. I had to use this as a text book for a Forensic Photography course in college and I look back at it every once and a while to keep my brain refreshed. While this is a fairly informative book, I feel that it does not completely go into a lot of detail. Most of the basics are explained and it should be enough for a beginner to understand and start with. There is the lighting, exposu...more
Nik Havert
This book covers a lot of photography technique, but I would've liked more practical tips on actually photographing a scene rather than in-depth discussions about Poisson's spot and the physics of light. Knowledge of how light works is important to good photography, but your average crime scene photographer is not a portrait or landscape or artistic photographer. We are there to document a scene to the best of our ability and get a job done, often while rushed for time.
I don't really enjoy how this book is written albeit informative and instructional it's not your everyday textbook.
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