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Photography is actually an art that is affected by different factors to be able to get the best possible picture. When pictures are used for evidence, the pictures must show in great detail the position, the angle and the extent of the damage so as to be as convincing as possible. These pictures must have been taken either right after or several hours after the incident happened since a lot of factors may affect the accuracy of the pictures taken. How important are these photographs as evidence especially in this time and age of digital imaging and distortion? And how can they prevent this from happening? I guess that since the photographs will serve as support to the initial evidence gathered during the time of accident, they should be quite accurate as to color, size of injury, presence of any foreign object or substance, and of course, of the right vehicle.

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