"Forensic Uses of Digital Imaging," John C. Russ, NY, CRC Press 2001, ISBN: 0-8493-0903-4, HC 200/183 pgs. text, plus 8 pg. Index, 16 pg. color photos & ample B&W text images.
Author of 12 books & Prof. of Sci. & Engineering at NCSU, Russ is distinguished consultant, writer & teacher of image analyses, etc., "Forensic Uses of Digital Imaging" (FUDI) is a scholarly A to Z valuation of digital imaging (DI) helplful for those in & outside forensic dominions. He provides 5 chapters covering the DI camera, DI Processing, DI Enhancement, DI Identification & DI Expert Witness. Herein, he covers truly relevant elements of how DI & SBI differ, how images are stored, analyzed, compressed, altered, enhanced & used for identification.
The only comparable book I've read is W. J. Mitchell's (1992) "The Reconfigured Eye." Much of the material in FUDI is new, perhaps novel in explanation & is what may be termed an authoritative source book on DI. FUDI is not a book on how to take digital photos but rather an elucidation of how DI cameras capture, store & process images - pitfalls of JPEG compression, extending capabilities of DI imaging & how DI may be used in forensic legal work, & he discusses the Frye rules & the Daubert test.