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    wally19
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    I would like to know if there are any type of organizations that can help in getting pictures of fires and related fire/ems incidents published, and the ability to learn what pictures should be taken for Invest. purposes. I have taken one Fire/Arson/Invest. class and would like to learn more, but my department has already trained a member in the arson/invest area, and cannot afford to send another person
    to the class. If there is any books on fire photography please let me know. Also I would like to know how other depts handle invest/ fire/ems incidents.


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    firechick1
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    Here are some places to start looking for info on fire photography.

    WEB PAGES
    TC Forensics http://www.ozemail.com.au/~tcforen/article1.html

    New Jersey Metro Fire Photographers Association http://www.njfirephotos.com /

    Connecticut Fire Photographers Association http://www.state.ct.us/cfpc/ocfpa.html http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Lab/8422 /


    BOOKS
    APPLIED POLICE AND FIRE PHOTOGRAPHY
    By Raymound P. Siljander

    FORENSIC PHOTOGRAPHY
    By John E. Duckworth


    As for investigative fire scene pictures, anything on crime scene photography is applicable. It's just important with fire investigative pictures that you have plenty of light. If not, when you get your pictures back, it can be hard to tell what's a soot pattern and what's a shadow.

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    JPerkMCFD3
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    The International Association of Arson Investigators website may be of asistance to you as well. . . www.fire-investigators.org

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