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Adobe Photoshop Lightroom And Its Application In Dentistry Adobe Photoshop Lightroom And Its Application In Dentistry

Author(s):

Steven H. Goldstein, DDS

Date Added:

4/25/2012


Summary:

Photography in dentistry has increased dramatically over the past ten years, especially since digital cameras have become a standard tool used in many dental offices today. Dental photography is used for documenting clinical cases, patient education, dental education, laboratory communications, and marketing. Many books and papers have been written about camera selection, clinical techniques, and implementing dental photography into the daily dental workflow. This paper will describe the digital asset management (DAM) required after the images are captured utilizing Adobe's Photoshop Lightroom (Lightroom) software, a product built specifically for photographers.

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