Forensic photographer Nick Marsh discusses his 20-year career in David Beazley's five-minute documentary. Among the revelations: lighting, composition, and keeping an open mind are of utmost importance — and technology has actually harmed his profession by flooding the field with undertrained shutterbugs.
He also shares why going out to dinner with a forensics expert can be an adventure unto itself .. and admits to not liking the sight of blood! Check out Beazley's short below.
H/t Lauren Davis