2 Day Workshop
We live in a society of instantaneous information. Each day, news is brought to us in the form of video on our televisions and computers. Public agencies have learned that video is an effective tool that can capture and maintain the attention of our audience as we present our story. However, if we shoot bad video, then we may as well not shoot video at all.
This workshop is designed to enhance the documentation skills of the incident scene investigator. It will provide the investigator with a solid understanding of the role played by the proper application of video in various types of investigations. It will also teach professional video techniques that will assure high quality video results. This workshop utilizes hands-on shooting exercises and is well suited for all personnel who will use video to document static incident scenes, like crime scenes, fire scenes and suspect interviews, or dynamic incident scenes such as public demonstrations.
Areas of instruction include:
Students will need to bring a video camera, extra batteries and battery charger, two blank video tapes, a tripod and if they have one - a video light for the camera.
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