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How To Photograph Injuries

October 29, 2009

Good photographs documenting physical injuries start even before the camera is out of the bag, because you need to have the proper mindset. These photos aren't just for police departments. They'll be viewed by the prosecutor, defense attorney, judge and, most importantly, the jury will scrutinize your work. Good composition, proper exposure and attention to detail speak volumes about your skill and dedication. Sloppy, out-of-focus images give the impression of incompetence.

Picture This

May 1, 2006

Although digital cameras are certainly high-tech and have a lot more power and control than their film predecessors, they are still only as good as the officer holding them.

Image Security Guard

January 1, 2006

Lexar’s new LockTight security system helps preserve the chain of evidence for digital photography.

Moving Pictures

November 1, 2002

While all components of crime scene investigation are important, visual documentation stands out as the most effective tool for describing and recreating a crime scene.

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