Three-step Approach to Taking Photographs of a Crime Scene
When photographing a crime scene the three-step approach is a follows:
1.<Tab/>Take overview photographs to show the overall scene.
2.<Tab/>Take mid-range photographs to show the exact location of evidence.
3.<Tab/>Take close-up photographs to show the more intrinsic details of the evidence.
It is best to use this method working from the outside of the scene to the smallest pieces of evidence. This will provide a more complete photographic image of the scene and all of the related evidence (Staggs, 1997).
<Tab/>If you are photographi…
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