If you want (or need) to rely on photographs, there’s a few things you need to know. Photographs aren’t automatically admitted. They need to be qualified.
Firstly, you’ll need the photographer. The photographer should be asked:
If he took the pictures; When he took the pictures;
There should be evidence that it accurately reflects the scene.
You may encounter an admissibility problem if the offence took place in the summer and you photographed it in the winter. They should be taken as soon as possible. Remember, they should accurately reflect the scene as best as it can. If the photos are not accurate, they could be considered misleading depending on what they are proving.