Unformatted text preview: medium rang e photographs should be taken of smaller areas at the crime scene. 10. Close- up photographs that require accurate documentation of their size should be taken both with and without a measurement scale in place. 11. Photography should be taken to illustrate the point of view of principles and witnesses when applicable. 12. When feasible, it is better to wait until daylight to photograph the scene of a crime that occurs at night. 13. It is a good practice to photograph prior to attempting to lift the developed latent with fingerprint tape. 14. Wounds should be photographed with the camera plane parallel to the plane of the wound. 15. Crime scene photography should be an orderly and a systematic process. 16. Before the investigator departs the scene, the photograph log should be reviewed for completeness....
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- Spring '11
- Crime scene, investigator, crime scene photography