Improve clarity of the entire image or of local areas such as faces and license plates. Techniques may include lens correction, blur reduction, average frame processing, sharpening.
Likelihood as to whether the information is original or has been manipulated in any manner. Authentication can determine the provenance of the image (was the image captured by the camera it was alleged to have been captured with), whether any post processing digital manipulation has taken place and/or whether the image was captured at the alleged time and date.
Identification or elimination of an individual through advanced morphological facial comparison.
Extraction of images from devices while following best practices to maintain the chain of custody.
Ascertain the degree of likeness between persons of interest or objects within an image. This is done through a critical scientific process to ensure biases are mitigated and findings are never overstated.
Verify a suspects height through the use of specialist measurement procedures from a provided image.
Images presented on a DVD including such processes as transitions, labelling and highlighting/retraction of individuals.
Providing expert testimony in the courtroom regarding the results of a forensic examination and assist in the questioning of testimony provided by the opposing expert witness.
Obscure/Highlight an individual within an image for use as evidence, for example removing members of the public from a CCTV recording.