Information on Dental Photography
Equipment to help your dental photography besides the camera
- Fong diffuser
- Duruyne sp? It’s Du then v or r then uyne
- For black background set deep in box and use two flashes, if want shadow move object close to front.
- Set object n back and aim flash at angle.
- Move object up and place flashes behind aiming at object. Farther forward more of a glow, lift for even more glow.
- On mirror – object behind with flashes direct to outside wall, and add water for cool effect.
- White background with 3 flashes on mirror = awesome
- all white bottom and white box for object with 3 flashes 2 aim out and one back.
- 3 flashes 2 point back and 1 forward shows surface texture
- Black back and box 2 flash forward angled and 1 forward for surface texture
Grayscale image to show lab value of tooth
A grayscale digital image is an image in which the value of each pixel is a single sample= it carries only intensity information. Also known as a black-and-white, they are composed exclusively of shades of gray; varying from black at the weakest intensity to white at the strongest. Grayscale images are distinct from one-bit bi-tonal black-and-white images, which in the context of computer imaging are images with only the two colors; black and white. Grayscale images have many shades of gray in between. Grayscale images are also called monochromatic, denoting the presence of only one (mono) color (chrome).
Low apeture=low light=focus on one thing with background blurry
shutter speed=how fast
- 6 for waterfall (on a tripod)
- 640 dog running
How to get a great headshot
Nice site on great headshots for dental photos.
Smile design software and Image Management
Smile Designer Pro
Digital Image management
- ACDSee 15
- Lightroom 4
- Photoshop Elements 11
- Google Picasa