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Two pictures of the body from opposing angles
Photodocumentation of a homicide is similar to that of a burglary
with the addition of taking at least two pictures of the body
from opposite angles (page 7, para 7a).
At the scene of a drowning, the use of color film for pictures of
the victim will record any discoloration (page 8, para 9).
Smoke and flames
The color of smoke and flames often indicates the type of
material that is burning and whether an accelerant, such as gas,
was used to speed the burning (page 9, para 10b(4)).
Overexpose by 2 f/stops above normal calculations
Fire blackened and charred material absorbs light more then
normal surfaces and may need as much as 2 f/stops more exposure
then normal calculations indicate (page 9, para 10c(4)).