September 29, 2016 § 2 Comments
It can be difficult to get good lateral (profile) clinical photos of children , especially small ones. Both the photographer and the studio strobes are much more interesting than a parent snapping her fingers. So you have to come up with some distractions to get the child facing in the right direction. Here are two solutions we have found to work well. « Read the rest of this entry »
Clinical Photography in Norway
September 18, 2016 § Leave a comment
Fellow medical photographer Bård Kjersem and I have written an article about the history and current practice of clinical photography at our departments at Rikshospitalet (the National Hospital) in Oslo and Haukeland University Hospital in Bergen.
The article is published in Norwegian in the Michael Quarterly journal (open access) of the Norwegian Medical Society. Read it here.
For foreign readers there is an automatic (and sadly not very good) English translation available here.