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2018-2019 Undergraduate Bulletin 
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FOR 140 - Evidence Photography for Forensic Applications

Semester Hours: 3
This course combines lectures, demonstrations and hands-on training in specialized crime lab photography techniques. The course familiarizes students with methods of visual documentation, evidence analysis and demonstrative aids in court. This is not an introductory course in photography; however, some review of camera functions, film selection, filter applications, and exposure determination is provided. Advanced topics will include copy and close-up photography, photomicrography, photomacrography, illumination techniques, ultraviolet, infrared and fluorescence photography.

Prerequisite(s)/Course Notes:
FA 170C ; FOR 101 ; or permission of instructor.  No liberal arts credit. Lab fee additional. (Formerly, Digital Imaging for Forensic Applications.)

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