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Digital Workflow – Part 1

Modern digital photography requires understanding and establishing so-called Digital Workflow. In simple words, it is the step by step process from setting the camera and taking a photo to the final result visible in your computer.

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Bracket for dual flash. Which one to choose?

A bracket is an additional piece of equipment, dedicated to using in combination with dual flash. The main indications for use are correct flash heads positioning for color transfer and achieving dental photographs showing the texture of the teeth and soft tissue.

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Dual flash – why should I?

Dual flash is one of the flash types designed for macro photography. There are several advantages of dual flashes. I’ll try to list them in accidental order…

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Macro lens: 60mm or 100mm? Which one is better?

With a limited budget, a 60mm lens looks attractive and it is tempting to make an extra saving to spend for a dinner with beloved ones… But please think about a lens, which will be universal. A universal macro lens allows me to take both: intraoral and portrait photographs.

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User settings – make your life easy

Quite often I get the question: Which camera should I buy for dental photography? My answer is simple: select a camera with features helpful in digital dental photography documentation. One of those is Custom/User settings option.

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Welcome to the Dental Photo Master Blog

Welcome to the Dental Photo Master Blog,
the blog and newsroom for Dental Photo Master online educational platform, dedicated to dental photography. Here you will find information about how our blog works.