|Posted on Monday, February 16, 2004 - 03:13 pm: ||
Yellow is a generally light tone that contrasts well with black markings. It photographs well in color or black and white. White may present such a high contrast with black markings as to obscure the markings. Other colors may be easy to lose in the background. Green, for instance, on grass. And few carpets are frankly yellow. White, for that matter, would be lost in some environments. Some of the scene photographs will be made from a distance, to show an overall view. Being able to pick out the distinctive yellow markers and distiguish them from various white debris is good.
|Posted on Monday, February 16, 2004 - 07:33 am: ||
Why is it that yellow is ussually the chosen color for our evidence locators, used to contrast to black markings? How about other colors?