Dental Photography Settings | Canon | Nikon | Sony | ULTIMATE GUIDE 2021 | PART 2

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As part 2 of our 3-part dental photography series, Zoh explains everything you need to know about the settings you should be using for dental photography. Concepts like ISO, shutter speed and aperture are simplified and troubleshooting to get the most consistent results with your flash are explained.

3-part dental photography series

📸 Equipment ✔

⚙ Settings ✔

🦷 Technique (Next video)

⏲ Timestamps:
00:00 Intro
00:28 Diopter?
00:50 Camera settings depend!
01:30 White Balance
01:49 JPEG and RAW files
02:18 ISO 03:03 Aperture
03:50 Shutter speed
04:37 Summary (ISO, Aperture, Shutter speed)
04:53 Flash setting
07:14 Troubleshooting
08:12 Complete summary
08:52 Outro

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