In my third video in this series, we'll focus on recommended camera settings for digital dental photography. We'll look at settings for the external flash, how (and why) to shoot using "manual" mode, the important "iso" setting, shutter speed, f-stop and more. Then with these optimized, I show you how to know if your photo is correctly exposed.
Charlie Ward DDS
In this video, we'll take a quick look at how I save my Dental DSLR photos, and choose between the file formats of raw vs jpeg. There are specific reasons why we might need one format or the other, or perhaps both. I'll also share how I store and protect my ever-growing collection of images.
Dental photography is a fundamental requirement of complex or aesthetic dentistry. It's also a key to effective communication and case acceptance. But of course, the first thing to consider is what you should buy. In this video, I go over some key options as well as recommendations depending on your planned uses of the photos that you take.