Virtual Training by Andrew Walker, MS Assistant Professor with WVU at Parkersburg
Andrew Walker is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice and serves as the Criminal Justice Program Coordinator for West Virginia University at Parkersburg. A West Virginia native and graduate of Marshall University, Andrew received both B.A. and M.S. degrees in Criminal Justice, and has completed over 250 hours of Master Evidence Technician coursework with the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy. He currently teaches a variety of courses related to criminal investigations and crime scene processing, including crime scene photography, evidence collection and handling, and bloodstain pattern analysis. Prior to coming to WVUP, Andrew served as a substance abuse research specialist with the WV Bureau for Behavioral Health and as an assistant at the Philippi Police Department.
Are you tired of blurry or dark photos? Does your camera fight you when you're trying to get that critical shot? This session will provide tips and techniques to use your camera to its fullest extent in manual mode for documenting evidence, dealing with low light, and getting crisp surveillance photos. This session will cover techniques for all types of cameras, with a focus on cameras with a manual mode setting, such as a DSLR or advanced point and shoot.