To read is to understand. To understand is to belong.

How many times we have seen the ground and just considered it terrain, grain, grass, peebles, sand and more over or even concrete and asphalt? Thousands. "Learn how to read the ground". That precisely what Tracking is. Ground  shows up itself as an amalgam of signs, as an inner chaos to the most novices among Tracking … Continue reading To read is to understand. To understand is to belong.

Tracking Course Level 1 (March, 17th 2018)

I'm eagerly proud of all my students at Tracking Course Level 1. Not an easy day for sure! Heavy rain, cold temperature, and tracks that disappear in less than a hour. But let me say this: if you start great, you'll do great. We all put a lesson learnt to use for sure.

Tracking in Movies and TV Series.

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.

Tactical Acuity C-IED Class.

From June 5th till June 9th I've attended and graduated at Tactical Acuity C-IED Class in Faber, Virginia. It has been such an istrunctive experience, not to mention that taking part of it has been my biggest dream since two years. The class has been hold by David Michael Hull (Hull's Tracking School) And JC Nash (Enhanced … Continue reading Tactical Acuity C-IED Class.

“Improperly Photographed Impressions”.

"[...] 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”.