posted on Apr, 1 2010 @ 06:21 AM
Originally posted by uvikingslost
You just have to look carefully at the sites on the internet because I have seen some of the pictures taken of what you asked.
Problem is that if the photos shown on the sites are actual photos and if they have the proper sources .
There is a protocol that must be followed to show proper photos for evidence.
Investigators should maintain a photographic log as a reference to where and what photos have been taken, as well as the conditions under which the
photographs were obtained. A log also helps the photographer present a professional image when testifying in court.
The log should include:
Identity of photographer
Location of crime
Type of case
Case number or other identifying number
Orientation, description of the scene
Type of camera/lens used
Type of film used
Light source, type of strobe (manual or automatic, fill)
Lens aperture - Because photography does have some inherent limitations, always create a crime scene sketch as an addendum to the photographic log.