How To Be A CSI PhotographerDPMag Published in Blog
Here's an interesting "how-to" story for you: How to be a real life CSI photographer. That's right, crime scene photography. Maybe it's not something to which the average photo enthusiast is aspiring, but it's an interesting story nonetheless. When you stop and consider all of the professions in which photography is essential, you realize there's a whole world beyond those of us who shoot for fun. The Pixiq blog's Haje Jan Kamps recently published an interesting interview with a photographer whose day job, and sometimes night job, is being a real life crime scene photographer. It's an interesting glimpse into the workings of a photographer who is likely to be having not nearly as much fun with his camera as the rest of us.
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