The Art of Digital Photography & its Clinical Applications
- : Online
The use of photography in dentistry has revolutionised the way clinicians diagnose and treat their patients. This course will teach the fundamentals of digital SLR photography and the principles of flash systems and lighting techniques.
The opportunity for hands-on learning using your own camera and equipment will be provided, as well as other camera systems. All delegates will receive a set of intra-oral mirrors and retractors as part of the course fee.Topics Covered:
- Basic principles of single lens reflex (SLR) photography.
- Optimal use of intra-oral mirrors and retractors.
- Shade analysis through photographs for ceramic and composite
- Lighting techniques for intra oral photography.
- Workflow management including cataloguing.
- Smile diagnosis and rehabilitation design.
- Learn how to use your own photography equipment or what to
look for if purchasing
- Camera and flash
- Laptop with photo editing software
Szabolcs Hant began his studies in Hungary in 1993 and completed a technician’s Masters Degree in 2004. In Europe, he had the opportunity to learn from masters such as Klaus Mutherties, Oliver Brix, Aki Yoshida, Robert Zubak and others who continue to inspire. He has had a passionate interest in aesthetic restorations and photography since first using a compact camera and in the following years with a DSLR. His excellence in photography has been recognised with winning photography competitions.
Dr Graham Carmichael is a Board certified Prosthodontist and faculty member of the Brånemark Center in West Perth. He graduated from the University of Western Australia School of Dentistry with Honours, has a Doctor of Clinical Dentistry in Prosthodontics from the University of Sydney and is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons. Dr Carmichael has lectured nationally and internationally, and is actively involved in the teaching and education of Prosthodontics, and surgical and prosthetic implant therapy