Some of you might know that before I came on to Adobe (in addition to
teaching and being a professional photographer) I used to consult with law enforcement agencies in the forensic application of Photoshop. As a Systems Engineer on the Education team at Adobe I’m sometimes asked by teachers and students in criminal justice programs, as well as law enforcement agencies, about clarifying detail in a poorly captured image. Moreover, I’m asked about follow-up resources.
I’ve invited some of my forensic analyst friends to guest post in the upcoming weeks, so stay tuned.
In the meantime, below are some cool links to check out.
1. Adobe Tackles Photo Forgeries.
2. Nova Science Now video on Dartmouth professor Hany Farid and how Adobe is working with him.
3. Fake or Real?
4. Ask the Expert: Hany Farid.
5. Digital Doctoring: How to Tell the Real From the Fake.
1. Forensic scientist stresses fallibility of eyewitnesses.
1. Jim Hoerricks, who is a Forensic Image Analyst from LAPD’s Scientific Investigation
Division and author of Forensic Photoshop
(a comprehensive imaging workflow for forensic professionals), has an excellent blog on Forensic Photoshop.
2. Hany Farid: Papers.
Adobe technology and digital forensics