One family member of a victim of a homicide may possess in the courtroom a photograph, that is not of itself of an inflammatory nature, of the deceased victim that is not larger than eight by ten inches. However, that at no time may the photograph be exposed or in anyway displayed in the presence of any member of the jury, or the jury pool from which a jury is to be selected in a particular matter; and this shall not preclude the admission into evidence of a photograph that the court deems relevant and material.