Our medical photography courses are accredited with the Faculty of Forensic and Legal Medicine (FFLM) and the British Institute of Professional Photography (BIPP):
Covering the main features required to photograph patients in line with GMC guidelines.
12 points CPD via the FFLM and successful completion allows you to apply for Licentiate of BIPP.
(*** We can come to you with all of the equipment. Please email us and we can discuss your requirements.***)
Each course is conducted by experienced photographers, doctors and make-up artists.
Maximum of 12 students per course.
All equipment is provided, including one external flashlight and one Nikon D3400 SLR camera per student.
(If you require advice/ consultancy on establishing a medical photography service, we will be happy to discuss this: please contact us for further details.)
Before and after pictures: a bit of cleaning can make a huge difference in appearance.
|Time||Day 1||Day 2|
|09.00-09.15||REGISTRATION AND INTRODUCTIONS.||RECAP OF YESTERDAY’S TEACHINGS.|
|TYPES OF CAMERA AND HOW A DIGITAL CAMERA WORKS||TYPES OF INJURIES AND RASHES.|
|EXPOSURE TRIANGLE: ISO, SHUTTER SPEED AND APERTURE.||USE OF TRIPOD/ HEALTH AND SAFETY.|
|GMC GUIDELINES (INCLUDING CONSENT AND COFIDENTIALITY)||PRACTICAL SESSION 3|
|11.00-11.15||Tea/Coffee break||Tea/Coffee break|
|COMPOSITION AND THREE PHOTO PRINCIPLE.||CONSIDERATIONS AFTER PHOTOGRAPHY|
|CONSIDERATIONS BEFORE PHOTOGRAPHY.|
|CONSIDERATIONS DURING PHOTOGRAPHY.||ESTABLISHING A PHOTOGRAPHY SERVICE|
|PRACTICAL SESSION 1||AVOIDING ERRORS.|
|USE OF FLASH AND HISTOGRAMS.||ROLE-PLAY IN FRONT OF COLLEAGUES.|
|16.00-16.15||Tea/Coffee break||Tea/Coffee break|
PRACTICAL SESSION 2
|REVIEW OF IMAGES/ FINAL DISCUSSIONS|
|18.00||End of day||End of day|