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<ul><li><p>the art of digital dental photography</p><p>DR IAN CLINE BDS(LOND) DGDP(UK) iancline@mac.com</p><p>mailto:iancline@mac.commailto:iancline@mac.com</p></li><li><p>DR IAN CLINE BDS(LOND) DGDP(UK) iancline@mac.com</p><p>contact information</p><p>www.photographyfordentists.comwww.cosmeticdentalseminars.orgwww.bloomsburydental.co.uk</p><p>mailto:iancline@mac.commailto:iancline@mac.comhttp://www.photographyfordentists.comhttp://www.photographyfordentists.comhttp://www.cosmeticdentalseminars.orghttp://www.cosmeticdentalseminars.org</p></li><li><p>2 aims</p><p> inspire those who are not using photography </p><p> achieve predictable, high quality results</p></li><li><p>framingexposure</p><p>focus</p><p>what ! good photography?</p><p>area of interest and nothing </p><p>else</p><p>not too light not too dark</p><p>everything clear</p></li><li><p>APERTURE#eory</p><p>size of the hole letting the light in</p><p>measurement is the f-Stop f2.8-32</p></li><li><p>APERTURE#eory</p><p>f2.8 = big hole = more light &lt; depth of field</p><p>f22 = small hole = less light &gt; depth of field </p></li><li><p>EXPOSURE#eory</p><p>aperture light</p><p>time</p><p>camera shake/ patient movement</p><p>1/focal length rule1/100 sec</p><p>require min f22 for depth </p><p>of field flash</p></li><li><p>set time to </p><p>1/200 second</p><p>set aperture to f22 - f32 for maximum depth of </p><p>field</p><p>set camera to fully manual</p><p>EXPOSURE#eory</p></li><li><p>#eory</p><p>10mm 5mm</p><p>10mm 10mm</p><p>10mm 20mm</p><p>1:2</p><p>1:1</p><p>2:1</p><p>the size of the subject relative to the image on the film(35mm) - set on lens barrel</p><p>object image</p><p>MAGNIFICATION RATIOS#eory</p></li><li><p>#eory MAGNIFICATION RATIOS#eory</p><p>1:10 portrait</p><p>1:2 set of teeth</p><p>1:1 4 front teeth</p></li><li><p>equipment</p><p>1:2 1:3 set of teeth</p><p>1:1 1:15 4 front teeth</p><p>DIGITAL SENSOR SIZE</p><p>film picture is cropped therefore magnification ratio changes </p></li><li><p>Component </p><p>Canon 1100D (12.2 MP) 319</p><p>Macro lens EF 100mm f2.8 439</p><p>Ringflash MR-14EX 523</p><p>1281</p><p>quotes obtained on 1/11/11</p><p>RECOMMENDED SETUPequipment</p></li><li><p>WHERE TO BUY FROM?equipment</p></li><li><p>magnification ratiodirection of photographframingexposure</p><p>before</p><p>after</p><p>REPRODUCIBILITY IS THE KEYviews</p></li><li><p>1</p><p>87</p><p>2 3 4</p><p>65</p><p>1211109</p><p>smileportrait</p><p>retracted anterior right retracted left retracted</p><p>upper occlusal lower occlusal</p><p>contraster</p><p>1:1</p><p>AACD VIEWSviews</p></li><li><p>plain background</p><p>correct framing</p><p>focus on eyes/ teeth</p><p>use built in flash or ringflash</p><p>use anti-red eye/ bounce flash or correct if needed with software</p><p>1:10</p><p>1.portraitfromtal view non retracted</p><p>f11</p><p>AACD VIEWSviews</p></li><li><p>PORTRAITviews</p></li><li><p>essential for any cosmetic work</p><p>make sure patient displays full smile to assess gingival display</p><p>focus on canine to ensure maximum depth of field</p><p>1:2</p><p>2.smilefromtal view non retracted</p><p>f22 or &gt;</p><p>horizontal:occlusal plane or horizon</p><p>vertical:midline of teeth or face</p><p>AACD VIEWSviews</p></li><li><p>SMILEviews</p></li><li><p>focus on upper right lateral</p><p>1:2</p><p>3.smile (right)lateral view non retracted</p><p>f22 or &gt;</p><p>AACD VIEWSviews</p></li><li><p>focus on upper left lateral</p><p>1:2</p><p>4.smile (left)lateral view non retracted</p><p>f22 or &gt;</p><p>AACD VIEWSviews</p></li><li><p>teeth slightly apart to show lower incisal edges</p><p>focus on canine to ensure maximum depth of field</p><p>1:2</p><p>5.anterior retractedfromtal view retracted</p><p>f22 or &gt;</p><p>AACD VIEWSviews</p></li><li><p>teeth slightly apart to show lower incisal edges</p><p>focus on upper right lateral</p><p>1:2</p><p>6.right retractedlateral view retracted</p><p>f22 or &gt;</p><p>AACD VIEWSviews</p></li><li><p>teeth slightly apart to show lower incisal edges</p><p>focus on upper left lateral</p><p>1:2</p><p>7.left retractedlateral view retracted</p><p>f22 or &gt;</p><p>AACD VIEWSviews</p></li><li><p>focus on the contact point of central incisors</p><p>contraster optional</p><p>1:1</p><p>8.close up(upper incisors)fromtal view</p><p>retractedcontraster optional</p><p>f22 or &gt;</p><p>AACD VIEWSviews</p></li><li><p>focus on upper right lateral</p><p>contraster optional</p><p>1:1lateral view retractedcontraster optional</p><p>9.close up(upper right)</p><p>f22 or &gt;</p><p>AACD VIEWSviews</p></li><li><p>focus on upper left lateral</p><p>contraster optional</p><p>1:1lateral view retractedcontraster optional</p><p>10.close up(upper left)</p><p>f22 or &gt;</p><p>views aacd views</p></li><li><p>1:2 1:2</p><p>MIRROR VIEWSviews</p></li><li><p>remember to warm mirror or use 3:1 air to prevent fogging</p><p>1:2</p><p>11.upper occlusalocclusal view</p><p>retractedmirror</p><p>f22 or &gt;</p><p>focushorizontal:</p><p>imaginary line through 4s</p><p>vertical:midline of teeth or face</p><p>AACD VIEWSviews</p></li><li><p>remember to warm mirror or use 3:1 air to prevent fogging</p><p>1:2</p><p>12.lower occlusalocclusal view</p><p>retractedmirror</p><p>f22 or &gt;</p><p>AACD VIEWSviews</p></li><li><p>1 MEDICOLEGAL DOCUMENTATION 11 PROFESSIONAL PORTFOLIO</p><p>2 MONITORING OF CONDITIONS 12 MARKETING IMAGES</p><p>3 LAB. COMMUNICATION 13 SELF IMPROVEMENT</p><p>4 PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 14 SPECIALIST REFERRALS</p><p>5 TREATMENT PLANNING 15 CLEARSTEP/INVISALIGN CONSULTS</p><p>6 PATIENT COMMUNICATION 16 PATIENT RECOGNITION</p><p>7 PATIENT EDUCATION 17 STAFF TRAINING</p><p>8 CO-DIAGNOSIS 18 COPYING RADIOGRAPHS</p><p>9 DIGITAL CASE PRESENTATION 19 PROFESSIONAL EXAMINATIONS</p><p>10 PRACTICE PORTFOLIO 20 COSMETIC IMAGING</p></li><li><p>copy to other dentists/specialists/hospitals</p><p>show on monitor to patient</p><p>set camera to aperture priority (usually Av mode)</p><p>set F-stop of 5.6focus manuallyuse lightboxuse daylight (tape x-ray </p><p>to window)</p><p>18. COPYING RADIOGRAPHSkey uses</p></li><li><p>www.photomed.net</p><p>INTERNETinformation</p><p>http://www.dpreview.comhttp://www.dpreview.com</p></li><li><p>www.dpreview.com</p><p>INTERNETinformation</p><p>http://www.dpreview.comhttp://www.dpreview.com</p></li><li><p>www.camerapricebuster.co.uk</p><p>INTERNETinformation</p><p>http://www.cosmeticdentalseminars.orghttp://www.cosmeticdentalseminars.org</p></li><li><p>the new manual of PHOTOGRAPHYJOHN HEDGECOE</p><p>25</p><p>BOOKSinformation</p></li><li><p>PDFsinformation</p><p>www.astratechdental.com/Library/28278.pdf</p><p>http://www.astratechdental.com/Library/28278.pdfhttp://www.astratechdental.com/Library/28278.pdf</p></li><li><p>Realitythe techniques</p><p>www.reality.com$70</p><p>BOOKSinformation</p><p>http://www.reality.comhttp://www.reality.com</p></li><li><p>Mastering Digital Dental Photography Wolfgang Bengel</p><p>approx 120Quintessence BooksISBN 3-87652-383-4</p><p>BOOKSinformation</p></li><li><p>free downloads, links and further information</p><p>www.photographyfordentists.com</p><p>http://www.photographyfordentists.comhttp://www.photographyfordentists.com</p></li><li><p>9 day Aesthetic Dentistry Certificate course starts April 2013</p><p>www.cosmeticdentalseminars.org</p>http://www.cosmeticdentalseminars.orghttp://www.cosmeticdentalseminars.org</li></ul>

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