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Photoshop for Evidence Preparation & Litigation

Photoshop for Evidence Preparation & Litigation
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This course is part of the following workflow-oriented and product- or technology-oriented learning tracks: Legal Profession, Photoshop

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Photoshop for Evidence Preparation & Litigation is designed specifically to assist litigators and their investigators in analysing and preparing image and video evidence for court presentation. This course will to help you build an accountable, repeatable workflow to analyze and enhance images while remaining true to the content and context of original image and video evidence.

Photoshop for Evidence Preparation & Litigation course will teach you a workflow that addresses digital imaging evidence concerns raised by State v. Swinton (aka “the Swinton Six Challenge”).

What You Will Learn

  • Reveal and enhance features not visible to the naked eye
  • Add labels and callouts
  • Obscure U.C.s, C.I.s, and other elements that must be protected
  • Fixing focus problems
  • Correcting for camera shake
  • Proper archival processes
  • Reveal details in hidden deep shadow
  • Reveal details in hidden bright glares
  • Automating processes in Photoshop
  • Batch operations
  • Automatic image processing without opening Photoshop
  • Batch file renaming
  • Adding and editing metadata
  • Digital darkroom techniques
  • Scanning
  • Correct extreme angles to reveal hidden details
  • Fourier transformation
  • Noise reduction
  • Sharpening
  • Surveillance video screen capture
  • Video de-interlacing techniques
  • Video capture enhancements
  • Sizing one to one
  • Photogrammetry (measuring objects and distances)
  • Admissibility in Court
  • …And more.