Snow impressions at the crime scene normally contain more information than can be recovered through conventional photography. The wet and transparent snow will absorb light when taking a picture. The result will be an impression with insufficient contrast and without any valuable details.
Only to be used outdoors. Use proper personal protective equipment. Do not allow water to get into the container, keep container tightly closed. Keep away from sources of ignition. Store in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area away from incompatible substances.
A footprint in the snow is difficult to see pattern of the impression. The Snow Print Powder can help you with these problems.
The surface of the impression can easily be developed with the powder using a soft brush.
The powder will stack neatly on top of the surface of
the impression, thereby allowing it to be photographed with much better contrast, recovering valuable details. This technique works best on wet melting snow but also provides adequate results on cold frozen snow.
Look what a difference now you can see the impression much more clearly and now you can take a photograph for evidence.
For Casting a shoe impression in snow. We have another product called Snow Print Plaster