A) Home

B) Photo Orientation

C) Photo Identification Criteria

D) Photographs – Black and White Films

1) Black and White Film 4 x 5 (section one)
a) Descriptive Photo
b) Full Image, Negative
c) Face & Chest, Positive & Negative
d) Matched Three Piece Full Image (Mosaic), Positive & Negative
e) Face and Hair, Positive and Negative
f) Face and Eyes, Positive and Negative
2) Black and White Films 8 x 10 (section two)
a) Descriptive Photo
b) Full Image, Positive & Negative
c) Full Image Edge Enhanced, Positive & Negative
d) Face & Chest, Positive & Negative
e) Matched Three Piece Full Images (Mosaic), Positive & Negative
f) Unmatched Images, Positive & Negative
g) Frontal Image, Positive & Negative

E) Photographs – Color Films

3) Color Transparency Micrographs 35 mm film – slides (section three)
a) Photo Orientation
b) Blood Marks
c) Body Image
d) Scorch Marks
e) Burn Mark
f) Water Marks
g) Wax Mark
h) Clear Cloth
4) Color Transparencies 4 x 5 (section four)
a) Descriptive Photo
b) Frontal and Dorsal Upper Body
c) Face and Chest
5) Color Transparencies 8 x 10 (section five)
a) Descriptive Photo
b) Full Image
c) Frontal Dorsal Upper Body
d) Frontal Lower Body
e) Dorsal Lower Body
f) Face Using a Color Technique from Jet Propulsion Laboratory
6) Color Transparencies Ultraviolet (UV) Light 4 x 5 (section six)
a) Photo Orientation
b) Ultraviolet light photos taken at burn areas at f/22 at 8 seconds
c) Ultraviolet light photos taken at blood, image, water, burn marks