What three types of photographs are taken at crime scenes?

Forensic Photography: What types of photographs are taken at crime scenes?

Photography is the primary tool for crime scene documentation. Proper crime scene photography is a deliberate and systematic process. Its main purpose is to visually convey all aspects of the scene to someone who wasn’t there. To accomplish this, all crime scene photography consists of three basic types of photographs: overall, mid-range, and close-up.

In what ways is a crime scene documented?

In what ways is a crime scene documented?

There’s a certain “Zen” in what ways a crime scene is documented. Thinking behind documentation – “finding mindful awareness of the present” – is as important as methods used. An investigator can have all the current tech available to document a crime, but if they aren’t “in the moment,” their case can fall apart.

103rd International Association for Identification

103rd International Association for Identification (IAI) Conference Wrap Up

Travel a 20-year detour in public service, stick to your standards, add some professional doubt, and you just might surpass your career goals after all. That’s what L-Tron Corporation’s Andrew McNeill did last month at the 103rd International Association for Identification (IAI) Educational Conference. The retired Monroe County Sheriff’s Deputy and certified IAI Senior Crime Scene …

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Crime Scene Photography Terms

26 Common Crime Scene Photography Terms You Need to Know

Common Crime Scene Photography Terms: What you need to know   L-Tron is sponsoring an upcoming Forensic Photography Refresher Course on Thursday, April 12, 2018. The training will be led by Sergeant Hank Kula (Ret.) and a current Sheriff’s Deputy. For more details on the event or to register click here. You must be a …

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