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 The difference between police photography and regular photography?

Answer Regular photography can deal with anything but police photography mostly deals with a scene of a crime. Also called forensic photography
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What is the difference between traditional photography and digital photography?

I'm guessing that traditional photography would be with a SLR camera using film. & Digital photography is, well digital.
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What is the difference between a still life photography and object photography?

Still life photography basically deals with static objects but object photography deals basically with a certain set of commercial products used for advertising.
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Difference between an associates of arts and photography and a bachelors of fine arts in photography?

an associates you have two years of schooling and a bachelors you have four years
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What is police photography?

Police photography usually refers to photographs taken at the scene of a crime, or any photographs taken to help solve a crime.
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