Camera Metadata…used to catch criminals?

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SOURCE: The British Journal of Photography

For some, debates about the veracity of photographic images rage, others have simply moved on from hackneyed arguments about truth and testimony. However, in police work and forensics, questions about digital photography have not been fully addressed. In the UK, there is no common practice on the capture and storage of digital photographs. The guidelines, such as they are, are open to interpretation by each of the UKʼs police forces, and a key issue centres on whether to shoot raw or JPEG. Continue reading here…

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