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We've reached out to some of the top names in the forensic photography field and have participation by internationally renowned experts who have practical experience.  Add to that some of the leading hardware and software developers and you'll have a very rare collection of experts to learn from. 

Check out a few of our confirmed speakers.


george reis
reconstructing witness perspectives

Eyewitness identifications are often introduced at trial.  However, reconstructing what someone saw with proper attention to the spatial relationships requires special protocols that will be presented. 

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david witzke
image quality and clarity

Analyzing, comparing and evaluating forensic digital images relies on understanding two essential elements:  quality and clarity.  Resolution provides image quality, and bit depth provides clarity between the details in the image. 


art borchers
why shoot raw?

Forensic images can be crucial pieces of evidence. Photos need to be true, fair and accurate representations of the scene they depict. Does your camera and it's settings fulfill that obligation? Can you explain how your camera processes a digital image?"

Simon Brown.jfif

simon brown
underwater photography

Photography underwater is a completely different environment where light behaves differently.  Learn about how to overcome challenges faced when underwater and how to produce high quality images at great depths.

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rob rigole
night time photography

What do you do when you have a large, outdoor scene with practically no ambient light? Paint with a flash! Rob Rigole will present the technical details, equipment and methods to capture night scenes with a tripod and flash.

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robert wyman
phone apps

Smartphone cameras have come a long way in terms of their image quality and capabilities. Learn about how phone apps can be integrated into the forensic and investigative workflow. 

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Thomas Krimbiel
Macrophotography for fingerprints

Macrophotography has benefits to produce fingerprint identifications in decedents at very late stages of decomposition Thomas will present his methods of recovering fingerprints to help identify missing persons and disaster victims.


32 bit imagery

Photogrammetry and 360° imagery can be useful in LiDAR colorization and to maximize the potential of drone and ROV image capture using 32 bit techniques to maximize lighting, even in extremely dark environments.


Tom Vadnais
Polarizers and flash 

Learn about polarizers and flash photography and how they are vital to capturing details not easily seen due to shadows and reflections. This is especially useful when dealing with evidence from vehicular accidents

...and more to be announced soon!