Fujifilm Announces Seminar On Digital Forensic Photography
FUJIFILM U.S.A., Inc. today announced a full-day educational seminar for law enforcement and forensic photographers, as part of the grand opening of the new B&H state-of-the-art Event Space in the B&H Super Store in New York City.
The Fujifilm-sponsored seminar on Digital Forensic Photography will take place at the B&H Event Space (420 9th Avenue) on Wednesday, November 28, from 10AM – 5PM. Taught by C. Jason Guffey, a professional photographer with ten years experience as a Crime Scene Investigator, the seminar is designed to enhance the skills of Forensic/Crime Scene photographers by demonstrating the applications of the Fujifilm IS PRO and IS-1 Ultra Violet Infrared (UVIR) cameras.
By attending this special event, attendees will learn a variety of digital forensic techniques utilizing infrared and ultraviolet light exposure that can be used in the lab, or in an on-site investigative scene for forensic and law enforcement professionals. The class will provide attendees with hands-on experience using the Fujifilm UVIR cameras that will help them better understand the camera settings, filters, and lighting. Attendees are encouraged to bring equipment assigned by their departments, or use the cameras provided during the seminar.
Admission is free of charge, but anyone interested in attending must register in advance. For more information, or to reserve a seat at Fujifilm’s ’Digital Forensic Photography’ seminar, contact Jennifer Diamond at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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