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In this episode we discuss 1 of the most important settings of dental & general photography The Aperture Here's what's in this podcast 1. What is F number / aperture 2. How to control it 3. How aperture affects our image brightness 4. What is Depth of field or DoF 5. How f number affects it 6. Most commonly used f number settings in general photogr…
 
The exposure triangle is formed by 3 settings namely shutter speed, ISO & aperture. In our previous podcast we discussed about shutter speed 7 how to control it. In this episode we will discuss about ISO, its buttons, how to control it and its significance. We will also see how ISO affects images in general as well as dental photography. The proble…
 
In our previous episode we discussed about control dial & it's functions in various modes In this episode we discuss about What is Shutter speed How it is Controlled Values range from 30 secs to 1/4000 - 1/8000 Bulb mode FSS HSS Importance in dental photography Where is slow shutter speed used Tripod Where is fast shutter speed used…
 
The main dial aka control dial is one of the most versatile button/dial of our camera. It can control many settings and is like a multipurpose joystick. It is easy to use, accessible and that's why it is one of the most frequently used dials of the camera. It has separate roles when used alone and in combination with other buttons. In this episode …
 
I have trained thousands of students. Out of my training experience I've realized that many a times the camera user is never able to see anything sharp through the viewfinder. There could be many reasons for this but one of the MOST OVERLOOKED reason is ignoring the diopter adjustment of your camera according to your vision. In fact this is so over…
 
Have you ever seen a professional camera? Then I'm sure you have seen a dial with many alphabets on it. Sometimes it even has minute line diagrams like mountains, face profile, tulip flower etc. Have you ever wondered what this dial does? Its actually very simple! In this episode we will be understanding the mode dial of camera I'm sure that everyo…
 
We have discussed a lot of topics on dental photography till now like the best camera for dental photography, best lens for dental photography etc but now we move on to a completely different section. This section will be dedicated to understanding the camera buttons. The maiden podcast episode of this section is dedicated to the most vital button …
 
Face off episode. Crop sensor budget friendly or Full Frame expensive camera which is better for dental photography ? We will find out in this episode of dental photography school. In this episode I Dr. Mayur Davda your host will speak about the various aspects that differentiate between the 2 cameras. You can decide for yourself after that if a Cr…
 
Much awaited episode for people who want to upskill their dental photography to a whole new level. In this episode i speak about all the studiolight options for dental photography both expensive & economic. COVID has caused an acute scarcity of all photography equipment including studiolights. So i have emphasized mainly on cheap studiolights for d…
 
I never suggested a mirrorless camera for so many years. 1 reason for that was the unavailability of 100 mm macro lens for the mirrorless camera.This issue has been finally resolved by CANON. No more waiting. Huge applause to Canon for introducing the RF 100 mm macro lens for dental photography using a mirrorless camera. We all know that the canon …
 
Have your ever wondered how to use a grey card in dental photography ? Well there are a lot of ways to use it but why to use it? In this episode I speak in details about What is a color gamut What is a color cast Can our camera record accurate colors? How to remove a color cast How to communicate with your lab with an image with accurate color info…
 
Did you know that not the entire dental photography protocol has to be done on the dental chair? Its actually better to record all extraoral & a few intraoral images outside the dental chair. In this episode of the dental photograph school podcast I speak about the operator positions which are ideal to record specific images. Do join the dental pho…
 
The most important aspect of dental photography apart from equipment or settings is actually getting the subject stand out loud and clear. So there is no escape but to retract adequately. In this episode I speak about retraction techniques in dental photography. For more episodes & to connect with me online click here https://linktr.ee/dentalphotog…
 
How to get a black background in intraoral photography revolves around the use of contrastors. In this episode I speak about what are the characteristics of a good contrastor, why a contrastor must be black? I also speak about the do's & dont's of a contrastor and the right technique of using a contrastor. To know more on dental photography and fol…
 
I've used both Canon and Nikon for clinical dental photography. In my personal opinion, there is not 1 but many reasons why dentists must be wary of NIKON equipment for dental photography. In this episode I have enumerated all the drawbacks present in the NIKON system. I thing that I forgot to mention was the cost factor. In the cost of 1 105 mm Ni…
 
Extreme macro in dental photography with Toni Arcuri from Brazil For the 1st time in dental photography school podcast I interview other experts in the field of photography & learn from them. In this episode I speak to the author of “The art & technique in contemporary dental photography” Dr. Toni Arcuri from Brazil. Toni loves EXTREME MACRO photog…
 
One of the most frequently asked questions when it comes to documenting clinical cases is, WHICH IS THE BEST CAMERA? In this episode I've tried to help my listeners understand the process of selecting the best camera for themselves. The episode will be helpful to all dermatologists, dentists, ophthalmologists, dental/ medical students, dental hygie…
 
Prologue Fogging of the intraoral / occlusal mirror due to exhalation is one of the most frequently faced problems during documentation of intraoral images by a dentist or a dermatologist. In this article we discuss about the causes & Top ways to prevent fogging. This article is also available as a podcast. If you wish to listen to the final episod…
 
What is the best that works for you? Mobile phone documentation or Interchangeable lens camera documentation. If you would like to listen to an overview about what equipment is best suitable for your work, you are at the right place. In this episode I speak about how mobile phone photography and interchangeable lens camera are different from each o…
 
How clinical photography can help a student Links for website/ contests/ events https://linktr.ee/mayurdavda In our previous episode we discussed how clinical photography could help in the growth of a private practice. However, if you are a medical or dental student listen to this episode till the end In this episode we will discuss how clinical ph…
 
Link for contest https://linktr.ee/mayurdavda (Please note the question for the contest this week is the same as the previous one cause no one could answer it correctly. Was the question so tough? ;) I do a lot of photography in my practice. For people who are unaware I have a 10 year old practice in Mumbai. I have used photography quite a lot to e…
 
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