Free photography classes are now offered for all ages at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center.
The classes, which are held monthly, are a combination of photography and forensic science.
A total of eight people can participate.
The courses include a variety of subjects, including human remains, DNA, crime scene analysis and forensic photography.
The first classes will begin on Thursday, Aug. 18 and run until Nov. 10.
The next two classes are scheduled for the following dates:Oct. 8-10: Forensic Photography 101 and Forensic Photography 102.
Nov. 10-12: Forensic Science 101 and Criminal Justice 101.
If you or a loved one has questions about how forensic photography can help solve crimes or what to look for in a crime scene, visit the University Health Science Centers website.