Improve your Dental Photography (NW220722B)

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SubjectPhotography
DescriptionThis half day hands-on session is predominantly designed to improve the delegates understanding of the basics of photography, photographic equipment (relevant to dentistry) as well as develop their technical skills for clinical practice. There will also be elements and opportunity to discuss auxiliary equipment and techniques used in dental photography as well as use of post-production and data protection.
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Registration from 13:00

This course will provide 3 hours of eCPD. 

** Important Information

​This course is subject to being postponed to a later date due to government guidelines during COVID-19

A condition of requesting a place on this event is that you agree to Health Education England's Face to Face events requirements.

This will include:

  • Masks wearing during the session
  • Adherence to social distancing throughout the event. 

We encourage delegates to bring their own camera.

VenueDenhill House, Manchester - Greater Manchester  View details
Date & timeFriday 22 July 2022, 13:30 to 16:30
LecturerMr Pete Clarke  View details
Target audienceRecommended to all
Development outcomeA, B, C, D
Course styleHands-on
Core topic Not a core topic
CateringRefreshments
CPD hours3:00
Cost£35.00
Aims
  • To improve understanding of photographic equipment and theory relevant to dentistry
  • Give delegates the confidence to use photography in regular clinical practice
  • Ensure delegates can take high quality intra oral dental and extra oral photographs
Objectives
  • Discuss the components of the camera and considerations when purchasing equipment
  • Understand the settings to be used for different views in dental photography
  • Explain the standard views used for intra oral and extra oral dental photography
  • Practice the techniques described
  • Explore additional equipment and techniques used for intraoral and portrait photography that might be useful to communicate with colleagues/ technicians or to take creative photographs.
Learning outcomes
  • Be comfortable with using a camera
  • Start to integrate photography into regular clinical practice
  • Have the ability to use photography to communicate with the dental team