A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO PHOTOGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE

by Harold Hough
   With an inexpensive camera, you can take surveillance photographs that are nearly as good as those costing governments millions of dollars.

   A Practical Guide to Photographic Intelligence is a guide to taking and interpreting surveillance photographs. Using actual spy photos and helpful illustrations, this book will show you how to: · Plan a photographic surveillance assignment · Take useful photographs of objects miles away, and determine their exact dimension · Read documents that have been burned to ashes · Develop film anywhere, anytime, using minimal equipment · Use aerial photography to spy on distant targets · Use infrared photography to capture images that would otherwise be invisible · And much more, including recommendations for film and equipment, and how the government uses high-tech surveillance methods to get around your Fourth Amendment guarantee against unreasonable searches.

   A Practical Guide to Photographic Intelligence is an essential book not only for spies, but for businesses looking to get a jump on the competition, for attorneys verifying claims, for private investigators and police officers, for investigative reporters and celebrity photographers -- even for those concerned they may be the victim of photographic intelligence.

5 1/2 x 8 1/2, 142 pages


A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO PHOTOGRAPHIC INTELLIGENCE
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