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A hands on approach to understanding the fundamental theories of physical evidence practically applied and the legal consideration involved in the collection, preservation and presentation in court. This course includes a night photo shoot during week 1. In return, the course ends at noon on Friday of week 2.
*Please see required equipment below.
$692 - 80 Hours, POST Plan III
Sheraton Garden Grove-Anaheim South
12221 Harbor Boulevard
Garden Grove, CA 92840
For those participants who will be flying in, the John Wayne Airport (SNA) - Orange County is the closest airport.
Because classes fill up quickly, we strongly encourage registering as soon possible. Please have your training department call (562) 985-4940 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to make your reservations. If you make a reservation via email please include the following information:
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.
REQUIRED EQUIPMENT AND THE KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITIES NEEDED FOR THE FORENSIC PHOTOGRAPHY PORTION OF THIS COURSE
The following equipment is required for the Photography Section of the Course.
For Digital Cameras:
*Simple cameras that can be operated in manual and/or automatic modes are best for this course. Cameras that can only be operated in a PROGRAM mode should be avoided since many of the photography exercises during the class require techniques that cannot be accomplished in a program mode. Also, some students who bring advanced electronic cameras find it difficult to do all the required techniques since some techniques require they override the advanced functions of the camera. Such advanced electronic cameras should only be used in the class if the student has a good working knowledge of the camera and its advanced functions.
**Some advanced electronic cameras require electronic cable releases.
It is strongly suggested that the student read the camera and electronic flash owner’s manuals and practice using the camera and flash before the class. If owner’s manuals are not available for the camera and/or flash, and the student is not familiar with the operation of the camera and flash he/she will bring to class, it is suggested that the student obtain and read a basic photography book prior to the class. Any mechanical problems with the camera and flash should be resolved before the student attends the class.
The student should be able to do the following with the camera he/she is bringing to the class: