Frantically updated as I run across into new stuff, this list is intended to be an invitation. Not all the movies here mentioned are masterpiece or what, they just contain some scenes (good or bad reconstructions, it depends) based on Tracking. Enjoy and please write me pm or leave a comment if you have some … Continue reading Tracking in Movies and TV Series.
In my personal experience as a student of Tracking, in quite every book I’ve read I’ve run across the amount of importance light has in Tracking. Not only daylight I mean. To the most of people, Tracking during the darkness should be an oxymoron. How could you think to follow tracks when it’s night? How … Continue reading About enhancing tracks at night.
A crucial part in Tracking is played by observation of every detail which happens to be “out of order” in Nature. In fact, the gait of a person walking in a forest, for example, not only determines his presence in it, but it does also alterate the natural state of that particular kind of environment. … Continue reading Observation Training.
Visualization is not seeing. “When you sees something, the retina captures the image and transmits it to the brain, where the image is elaborated”, quoting JC Nash’s ETA Program. So your mind needs a proper time to understand what has been seen and puts it into the “right category” inside the mental data base. It’s a … Continue reading Visualization in Tracking.
“[…] Improperly Photographed Impressions: If the examination involves a photographed tire impression, many things can affect the dimensional accuracy of that photograph. If the camera’s film plane (back) is not perfectly parallel to the impression, then the photograph will have a perspective problem that can affect the ability to accurately enlarge the photograph of the … Continue reading “Improperly Photographed Impressions”.
Tracking is about training. There’s no chance to become a good Tracker if you do not vote yourself to training, to dirt time. With any given terrain, scenario, weather. Get used to what you look for. Analyze what you see, look for any damage in the vegetation caused by human passage. Take note of everything you … Continue reading Get used to what you look for.