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Using SDFI’s Negative Invert Filter In Court

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Digital Photography and Image Enhancement Digital photography and image enhancement has a history that goes back to circa 1965.
 
Images and image enhancement has been part of the U.S. court system long before forensic photography went digital. Film based forensic photography tools are now hard to come by as film based photography has been replaced by imaging systems like SDFI®-TeleMedicine, a combination of photographic image capture tools, image management and security software and secure File Portal/TeleMedicine communication tools.
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