Evidence isn’t always as straightforward as it might first seem. a Podcast Madeleine De Gabriele, The Conversation and Sunanda Creagh, The Conversation, NY-BD-CC, CC BY-SA You’ve had an x-ray before but have you had an n-ray? Of course not, because they’re not real. But people used to think they were. Scientists had shown they were. And the […]Read more "Interviewed for – Trust Me, I’m An Expert: Brain-zapping, the curious case of the n-rays and other stories of evidence"
I was recently interviewed by Ariel Bogle working for the ABC on an article relating to my PhD Thesis on Photo Response Non-Uniformity noise. To understand how this fingerprint works, you must go inside the device, into the camera’s sensors. “The image sensor is broken up into little photosites,” explained Richard Matthews, a […]Read more "Quoted in ABC article – ‘Image ballistics’: Your smartphone camera reveals more than you think"
Your photos can tell law enforcement a lot about you. allen/Flickr, CC BY-ND Originally posted on the Conversation by Richard Matthews, University of Adelaide. For as long as humans have been making images, we have also been manipulating them. Complex darkroom techniques were once required to modify images but now anyone with a smartphone can […]Read more "Image forensics: how law enforcement decodes your photos"
Part of the work that I am doing towards my PhD relates to digital forgeries. Recently Lyton Grace, working for The Advertiser, did a write up featuring some expert analysis from yours truly. You can check it out hereRead more "Photo Forgeries"