Forensic photography is the use of photography in the legal system to document and present evidence in a court of law. It is an important part of crime scene investigation and reconstruction, as it provides a visual record of the scene and the evidence found there.
We use specialized techniques and equipment to capture high-quality images that accurately represent the crime scene and the evidence found there. They work closely with crime scene investigators and other forensic specialists to document the scene and the evidence in a systematic and thorough manner.
Forensic photographers must be familiar with the principles of photography, including lighting, composition, and camera settings, and must have an understanding of the legal process and the requirements for admissible evidence in court. They must also be able to follow established protocols and procedures to ensure the integrity of the evidence and the accuracy of the photographs.
Forensic photographs are used in a variety of legal proceedings, including criminal trials, civil lawsuits, and administrative hearings. They can be used to establish the identity of suspects, to reconstruct events, and to support or refute witness testimony.
Here are some of the services we as a forensic photographer can provide: