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Fire Photography “What is Fire Photography”
Tuesday, April 25, 2023 (10:15am - 12:00pm) (Ballroom 1)
Fire Photography is a whole new fire investigation photography educational system. A streamlined “genre” based approach that presents only the specific information and techniques fire investigators need to become proficient in documenting fire investigations.
NFPA 921-2017, 126.96.36.199 “…improper scene documentation can impair the opportunity of other interested parties to obtain the same evidentiary value from the data.”
This two hour presentation will introduce the main techniques and concepts of communicating through visual materials. We will discuss investigation documentation planning, image analysis and frame. This will show how crucial it is to plan, organize, edit, and cull, to present a cohesive visual thought, conclusion, concept or essay that other interested parties will understand.
Juliana Andersson has over 40 years experience with art and photography, She has been a professional photographer for 20 years, specializing in portrait and documentary photography. With extensive specialized experience in both wet (film) and dry (digital) darkrooms and processes. After being trained in fire investigation photography tin 2012, the last 10 years, Juliana has been developing the Fire Photography Educational system.through her involvement as a photographer with several Washington fire departments. She is currently the photography track instructor for the NWFIA & IAAI Pacific Northwest Fire Investigation Symposium, Leavenworth, WA.
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