Click the Sick

January 2, 2014 § 2 Comments

Kaushik Ghosh is ready to shoot an orthopaedic surgery (Photo: Sayantan Bera)

Kaushik Ghosh is ready to shoot an orthopaedic surgery (Photo: Sayantan Bera)

The latest issue of Down To Earth, India’s only science and environment fortnightly runs an article about medical photography. The journalist chose to open the piece with some quotes from posts I’ve done here on The Sterile Eye.

The article examines the state of medical photography in India today and the interview with Kaushik Ghosh, one of the country’s few trained medical photographers, is especially interesting.

Read the article in Down To Earth here.

If you want to read the quoted blog posts in full, go to A Sudden Jolt of Sadness and The Opposite of Fashion.

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§ 2 Responses to Click the Sick

  • Thanks for your inspirational blog which enhanced my knowledge as well as encouraged me as a Clinical Photographer. Being a medical graduate, on behalf of the entire medical fraternity of India, a big thank you. Have a wonderful 2014…

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