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Encyclopedia of Forensic and criminal drugs, Volumes 1-4, moment Edition is a pioneering 4 quantity encyclopedia compiled via a global crew of forensic experts who discover the connection among legislations, drugs, and technology within the research of forensics.
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Films are used for certain photography assignments, and digital cameras and scanners are used for others. Film scanners can be used to convert film images into digital images for analysis. Digital printers that print to photographic papers are a low-cost output option. Moving files among media is becoming easier each year. Image Processing Photographers, over decades of darkroom work, have developed a large array of techniques to enhance (and modify) images to achieve special results. The publishers of digital image-editing software have now captured the essence of all of these using mathematics and computer algorithms.
The server approach is convenient for the end-user and, if properly maintained, is quite satisfactory. It has a downside, however. In forensic work, material must often be kept for decades, and there is a very low likelihood of calling any of this material up after the first few years. The result is that very large amounts of live storage space are dedicated to materials that may never be retrieved. The utilization of separate CDs, on the other hand, provides reliable long-term storage capability, but it does not require large amounts of active storage.
Transforming all images to digital format greatly facilitates these options. In a courtroom setting, the recommended arrangement is to have monitors on the lawyers’ desks as well as one on the desk of the judge. This allows those people to preview images before they are shown to a jury. It is best to have the main screen near the witness so that the jury can see the witness and the presentation in a single view. Some courtrooms have installed 42 IMAGING/Photography Table 6 Image enhancement techniques Technique class Specific techniques Objective Summary description Size adjustment Cropping, interpolation, sizing To create a new image of a different size Selection Similarity outline, exclusion masking To define areas of an image that will be subjected to further processing Tone scale adjustment Brightness contrast curve adjust dodge burn equalization To adjust the relative darkness, brightness, and rate of change of brightness within an image Color adjustment Correction change copying To change the coloration of either a full image or parts of an image Edge adjustments Sharpening, blurring To render the edges of objects in an image either more clear or more diffuse Cropping is the process of cutting off sections of an image either to reduce its size or to concentrate on only parts of the image.