Crime Scene Technology and Forensic Investigation program students at Keiser University’s West Palm Beach Campus recently enjoyed attending a Forensic Photography class session in the campus parking lot.
Led by instructor Teresa Bryant and accident reconstruction expert and photographer Bob Wyman, the lesson provided valuable tips relating to the use of the Digital Single Lens Reflex (DSLR) camera. Students completed exercises relating to image composition, depth of field, lighting, and even low light photography as the class extended into the evening hours.
The group was also delighted to welcome surprise guest Greg Travis, a drone enthusiast. Travis demonstrated how the device captures aerial views and discussed the value of the tool for crime scene documentation.
Keiser University’s Associate of Science degree in Crime Scene Technology prepares students with fundamental competencies in the areas of recognizing, documenting, collecting, preserving, and presenting physical material for use as evidence in legal proceedings. The university’s Bachelor of Science degree in Forensic Investigations (Investigations Concentration) prepares students with competencies in the collection, preservation, and analysis of physical evidence for presentation in legal proceedings. The program provides students with the skills required to recognize relevant scientific information discoverable through forensic analysis of various types of physical evidence. Oral and written communications regarding the results of investigations and forensic analysis are also emphasized.