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Forensic Photography: Selection of Equipment'
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Assignment 1: Forensic Photography: Selection of Equipment'
a) A murder scene in a domestic living room. Potential weapons, footprints, finger marks and blood splatter are all evident.
b) A factory fire. A possible ignition point, a can of petrol and signs of a forced entry are all apparent.
c) A traffic accident on a busy A-road. Badly damaged vehicles, some evidence of worn tyres, skid marks and half full bottle of whiskey are all evident at the crime scene.
For this crime scene which is a domestic living room, natural light would be suitable along with any lights in the room. Just in case there is not enough light it would be essential to bring some extra flashes to highlight areas and shadows. To stop any blurring a tripod would be used as the person taking the pictures could have unsteady hands as without it the photos would be blurred. The type of lens to use in this situation would be a wide angle lens to capture a lot of the room. This would allow the background and foreground to be captured. Also it's a good lens for taking photos in
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