Published Online: 1 September 1987
Page Count: 10
Ultraviolet Photography: Bite Marks on Human Skin and Suggested Technique for the Exposure and Development of Reflective Ultraviolet Photography
Certified photographic consultant,
University of Southern Mississippi,
Deputy medical examiner and investigator,
Forrest County, and Diplomate, American Board of Forensic Odontology,
(Received 9 April 1986; accepted 20 January 1987)
This project is an attempt to standardize a technique for ultraviolet (UV) photography of bite marks on human skin. It also deals with a technique for producing clinical bite marks on living human subjects and a review of the equipment, lighting source, scanning technique, filters, films, and recommended camera exposures and film development for reflective UV photographs for bite marks on human skin.
odontology, bite marks, skin, photography, ultraviolet photography
Paper ID: JFS11171J
Title Ultraviolet Photography: Bite Marks on Human Skin and Suggested Technique for the Exposure and Development of Reflective Ultraviolet Photography
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