In this edition of EMFA 2023, this new modality of presentation has been introduced, understanding that scientific photography is an important means of expression of the activity carried out by Forensic Archeology.
Scientific photography is not only a means of visually illustrating a certain scientific case or study, but it is also a way of disseminating the daily work, both in the field of research and in the response at the judicial and humanitarian level, which professionals linked to this discipline are required.
The photographs presented must be related to the thematic lines contemplated in the congress, although their artistic value will also be evaluated.
All images must be respectful of the actions and people they show, safeguarding the honor and anonymity of the latter (unless you have their express authorization).
In this section you can participate individually or corporately. The assistants or interested institutions must send, using the form that they will find below, the following details:
- Degree: In uppercase.
- Institution (official name and logo if applicable) or Author including name and two surnames, affiliation or institution to which it belongs, as well as the email address of the first signatory.
- Summary: maximum 150 words (Arial or Times New Roman font, 12 p).
- photographic image: attached to the document in the email. The image must meet minimum quality and resolution requirements (300 pp, maximum size 5 MB, to be subsequently reproduced in case of acceptance, in DIN A4 or DIN A3 size, according to the decision of the Scientific Committee). They may be in color or B/N.
To safeguard the copyright until its acceptance, this first image may be sent with a watermark and © (as long as it does not prevent its proper evaluation). The image must be named under the name of the first author () or institution that sends it. There is no limit on the submission of this type of proposal by different authors or institutions.