Forensic photography Forensic photography , sometimes referred to as forensic imaging or crime scene photography , is the art of producing an accurate reproduction of a crime scene or an accident scene using photography for the benefit of a court or to aid in an investigation. It is part of the process of evidence collecting. It provides investigators with photos of victims, places and items involved in the crime.
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Scientific Photography Scientific photography is about visualizing things that can't be seen with the unaided eye.
Science Photography Spotlight | Learn Science at Scitable On January 7, 1839, an installation artist and chemist named Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre announced to the French Academy of Sciences in Paris that he had perfected a photographic imaging technology that could be used on a large scale and was reproducible.