Learn how to find forensic evidence and photograph it in the field and lab. Discover how lighting is instrumental in evidence search, photography techniques and scene protection.
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WARNING! Forensic and Alternate Light Sources emit high-intensity ultraviolet, visible, and infrared light. Exposure to these types of radiation, even reflected or diffused, can result in serious, and sometimes irreversible, eye and skin injuries. Never aim the light at anyone. Never look directly into the light or the optical ports of an instrument. Always wear appropriate eye and skin protection when using ANY Forensic or Alternate Light Source.

Introduction & Purpose

Principles of Search and Photography
Lab vs. Field Work
Scene Protection
Tools for Photography


FoxFury Forensic Book Phase One

Photography Principles

Basic Settings
Camera Equipment


FoxFury Forensic Book Phase Two