OCTOBER 27-28, 2020
9 AM-1 PM EASTERN
Photogrammetry is one of the most underutilized technologies at a crime scene. The use of a digital camera alone can lock away 3D evidence and measurements for future use. This course is designed to familiarize Crime Scene Investigators on how to use their digital camera as a 3D documentation device. The course will be using the free version of 3DF Zephyr for creation of 3D models of evidence as well as crime and crash scenes. The concepts taught in this course will be applicable to other software packages.
Learn basics of photogrammetry to improve your projects in any software
Use your camera and equipment to its full potential
Additional tools for your toolbox
How to take photographs to improve 3D models of evidence
Software, processing and exporting 3D models
Using masks and control points
…and much more
Date:: October 27-28, 2020, ONLINE Delivery
Time: 9 am-1:00 pm EST
Cost: $ 499 USD
Once payment is made, please send an email to and include the names and email addresses of the attendees you wish to register on the course
Prerequisites: Participants are assumed to have familiarity with general crime scene documentation methods. Previous experience with photogrammetry and a DSLR camera is beneficial but not required. Note: Students will be asked to complete exercises as part of the course.
Resources: Attendees will require a strong internet connection, camera and a laptop with 3DF Zephyr and CloudCompare (Instructor will provide demo keys where necessary). Please note that 3DF Zephyr is PC only. Also, please try to have a tripod and DSLR camera available. A camera with manual settings will work best for the course.
Certificate: Participants who successfully complete the course and all assigned exercises will be provided a course certificate
Instructors: Eugene Liscio, P. Eng..,