'Crime Scene Photographby' Edward Robinson is good. I was clueless on photography prior to reading it. Its one of those books that may be less technical then it could be, but it is very easy to follow. It's also on the IAI list for CSI 1, 2, and 3 (which I think is important).
I have been teaching Crime Scene and Evidence Photography for about 24 years. Several years ago I wrote a field guide, entitled the Crime Scene and Evidence Photographer's Guide. The field guide is designed to be carried as a reference in the field, when processing crime scenes. The book is in its 2nd edition, having sold over 10,000 copies. It is used by crime scene investigators and as a text book in some college courses.
I am a CSI for a small agency. I was wondering if you have an opinion on which Nikon camera (as we have Nikon lenses) is currently the best camera on the market? I was thinking the D-90 or the 300. Thank you.
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