3 Day Workshop
Sketching and diagramming are techniques that were used long before photography to document evidence and conditions at a crime scene. Today, scene sketching and diagramming are still important components of the scene documentation process. They supplement photography, aid greatly in the presentation of evidence in court and in many instances are crucial to proper crime or accident scene reconstruction.
This three day workshop is designed to take the student from a basic to an intermediate level of drawing skill. The workshop begins with simple field sketches and progresses to finished drawings using tools that are inexpensive and easily available to any agency.
Areas of instruction include:
Students will need to bring a camera, either film or digital.
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