Instructor: David Larraguibel
Course length: 24 hours
Forensic Postmortem and Injury Photography
This 24-hour Forensic Postmortem and Injury Photography training course is designed to familiarize the student with the proper techniques to be used in the photographic documentation of autopsies and injuries (both premortem and postmortem). Emphasis will be placed upon techniques that will render examination quality photographs.
This course will include instruction on advanced aspects of camera controls and data storage. Use of light sources (including ultraviolet, infrared, and polarized visible light) will also be covered.
Introduction to Forensic
Forensic Photo-Imaging Equipment
Postmortem and Injury Photography – Theory & Technical
Photographic Case Studies for Essential Forensic Postmortem Workflows
Practical Exercises - Autopsy Suite and Gross Specimen Photography
Multispectral Photography (UVIR)
Photographic Case Studies for Multispectral Workflows
This course has been approved for 24 hours of certification/recertification training credit by the IAI Forensic Photography Certification Board.
David holds a Bachelor of Fine Art from OCADU in Toronto, Canada, with a specialization in Integrated Media and Critical Theory. His dedication and skills have been acknowledged through awards, notably the prestigious BioCommunication BioImages 2022 exhibition Premiere Award in the bio-medical category. He has also made numerous contributions to academic publications, both in photography and written texts, including the Journal for BioCommunication and "On the Skin of Murder Victims" published by Carolina Academic Press.
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