How do I find info on crime scene photography history?
Photography is used at crime scenes to preserve the natural evidence. For example: if person J was shot in the stomach, but was place laying on the bullet wound, the CSI, pers…on M, would take a picture of how the body lay and how the items were placed around the body before turning it over. Thus, they have photographic evidence.
To document the scene with photos. These can later be used in a trial, and can also be used in the investigation.
A good site, just literally type in 'History of Rottweilers' and get a book out.
Click on the 'History of Softball' links below to read about the history of the game.
a dead body
Crime scene photographs are evidence, and are never released to the public or posted on line anywhere on sites that are accessible to the public.
Using the classic Sherlock Holmes method of 'Watson' and a magnifying glass, with shade brought upon it by a double capped tweed hat.
There probably are such kits commercially available, but you will find that most experienced forensic technicians gather the supplies they need, and prefer to use, and make th…eir own kits to suit their own needs and preferences.
It totally depends on what you want to know about this history! Is there any particular Era or Year/s that interests you? Or do you mean history in general? As in major happ…enings in Japan from the first to the last?
Anything found at a crime scene is considered evidence.
Bob Ewell was dead under the tree with a knife stabbed under his ribs.
do not disturb the crime scene, wear proper gear.
The camera that is best used for crime scene photography is a single-lens reflex camera, also known as SLR. This camera allows you to use interchangeable lens.
If you want to find some really great pictures of historical events, visit your local library and see if there are any back issues of Life Magazine or National Geographic. Tho…se magazines have a lot of great pictures. Of course you can view images on Wikipedia, according to different events, but it can be a fun experience going to the library.