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Posts Tagged ‘clinical photography’

Colour-managed Clinical Photography work flow (updated)

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Since publishing my paper last year on a colour-managed clinical photography work flow, some readers have asked for information on how to use this process in Adobe’s Lightroom and in Capture One Pro (C1 Pro). This is therefore an update which covers the use of DNG camera profiles and the Export Options in Lightroom and…

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New ‘Flip’ option for mirror images in dental photography

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My recent post on colour management in clinical photography mentioned that Adobe Camera Raw (ACR) could not flip images vertically or horizontally, which is needed for mirror images in Dental photography. This has been possible in Photoshop but the feature has now been introduced with a new version of ACR, in February 2018. 

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A Colour-Managed Clinical Photography Workflow

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My paper on a colour-managed workflow for clinical photography, presented at the IMI Conference in Nottingham, October 2017. Click on the cover icon below to download the PDF. Feedback very welcome. Comments section is below. I have had feedback from a couple of photographers who do a lot of dental work and shoot using mirrors. They need…

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