Injujry Documentation

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Precise Injury Documentation

While the description of injuries is crucial, Cross Polarisation Photography is the most vital tool for injury documentation.

One of the most critical pieces of evidence in documenting injury cases such as domestic violence are bruises. They not only indicate the intensity of the inflicted harm but can also potentially reveal the type of weapon used.

We can capture all the details using Cross Polarisation.

Cross-polarised lighting has proven to be the best method for visualising and documenting evidence of injury.

Injury Documentation

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Precise Details

Conventional flash photography can sometimes obscure important details. When there is a time lapse between the incident and when the victim seeks help from police or a hospital, the injuries may fade and become difficult to capture with conventional photographic techniques.

Cross Polarisation eliminates reflections on the skin entirely and allows for a high-contrast representation of the injury with all its details.

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Traditional Flash Photography

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Cross Polarisation


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Filters Aligned for Cross Polarisation

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UV Photography

In addition to using Cross-Polarisation, we also offer documentation through UV Photography.

This technique can reveal evidence such as bite marks up to 5 months after the incident, providing an invaluable resource for domestic violence investigations.

Beyond Forensics – We provide cross polarisation for all your medical documentation, and we can teach you how


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