An Online Course

If you want to promote your dental skills, you're going to need great dental portraits. Also known as full-face photographs or headshots, dental portraits show the wonderful results you've achieved for your patients.

Use them during consultations to make patients comfortable that you can produce the treatment results you propose. Use them on your website instead of stock photography to set you apart from the other dentists in your market. Make large prints to hang on the walls of your office.

It's all about the lighting

Making great dental portraits isn't difficult, but you'll need different lighting than you use to make intraoral images. Intraoral ring lights and dual head flashes produce a harsh light that makes everyone look bad. Switching to a speed light and bouncing the light to spread and soften it makes a dramatic improvement in dental portraits. The good news is it only takes a small investment to fix this problem.


Optimal Camera Settings

You'll learn the optimal camera settings to use for dental portraits, why these settings are important and how they provide consistent, predictable, results with each image. You'll learn which ISO, shutter speed, aperture, metering, focus and other settings to use.

You will set your camera during the course enabling you to make great dental portraits immediately!

How To Set Your Speedlight

You'll learn how your flash system works and the flash settings you need to use to get predictable, consistent results with each image.

Your flash will behave as intended each and every time.

How To Check Exposure As You Shoot

Your digital SLR provides a great way to check your exposure as you shoot. It's a little graph your camera generates for each image called a histogram. You'll learn how easy it is to use a histogram to validate your exposure and ensure your camera is set properly.

You'll have confidence knowing that you're capturing images properly.

How To Get Accurate Color In Every Image, Every Time

You'll learn how to get accurate color in each image, every time, period. This will eliminate post-production work and enhance your bottom-line.

You can have accurate color in your images.

Saving Your Settings

You will be guided step-by-step through how to save all of the camera settings in your camera. This will allow you to automatically recall my recommended settings should you or a staff member inadvertently change one.

With one turn of a dial you'll have access to every intra-oral setting I recommend.