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Forensic Photography

Clint S

Chula Vista, US
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"RE: Forensic Photography"

Clint S Silver Member Nikonian since 02nd Jan 2011
Fri 13-Apr-12 03:47 AM

You only need one set of original images , raw or tif. However the original images, from inception to use should have a chain of custody and control well documented.

Make duplicate copies and alter anyway necessary for the court. But what has been changed might need to be documented step - by step.

Other proceedings allow cropping, adjusting exposure, brightness,
contrast, color as normal photography functions.

Consult with the attorney for exactly what is needed.

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