August 31, 2009 § 2 Comments
All professions and work places develop a certain jargon (photo credit) that tends to be unintelligible to an outsider. For the last four years I’ve been working on a online resource for cancer treatment. If a anyone would happen to stumble into one of our editorial meetings, they would most likely have been shocked by the seemingly sleazy chatter. « Read the rest of this entry »
August 24, 2009 § 5 Comments
As the Oncolex project now is finished, after 4 years of exciting work, I’ve been keeping my eyes open for job openings.
This week I got a job I’ve applied for and wanted badly! So from November I’ll be working as a medical photographer at the University of Oslo’s Faculty of Medicine.
I’m looking forward to broadening my scope, working with other diagnoses than cancer, new colleagues and a new location. This of course also means lots of new raw material for the blog!
August 23, 2009 § 2 Comments
Welcome to edition 304 of SurgeXperiences, the one and only biweekly collection of surgery-related blog posts.
Hope you enjoy both the pictures and the posts! « Read the rest of this entry »
August 18, 2009 § 6 Comments
This summer I read Michael Freeman’s excellent book “Perfect Exposure” on the basic, yet complex issue of exposure in photography. In the book Freeman uses a neat technique to analyze the brightness distribution of his photos. I’ve tried analyzing some of my own photos the same way here. « Read the rest of this entry »
August 11, 2009 § 4 Comments
August 10, 2009 § 1 Comment