What Is Crime Scene Photography?

On-site orientation photography refers to one of the contents of on-site photography. Record and fix the location of the scene in the surrounding environment and the conditions of the surrounding environment, reflecting the relationship between the entire crime scene and the surrounding environment. The shooting range is wide. Wide-angle lenses or serial photos can be used. Or the scenes that are significant to the crime are arranged in the foreground or center of the picture to make the points stand out. Permanent signs that can display the site's abundance, such as: shopping malls, stations, bridges, street names, house numbers, road signs and other key photographs. [1]

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