Dermatological photos

Started Nov 26, 2012 | Discussions thread
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Sisu75 OP Junior Member • Posts: 26
Re: Close up shots, or full body shots

To get good pictures of tumours or other skin diseases you have to take first a "overview" pictures.

So you can later localize where the skin change (for example before you operate) was. Then you take close ups. Important is the correct colour but also to show if the skin change is flat, indurated or elevated.

Sounds perhaps funny/strange for most other people here but for a dermatologist skin changes can " look nice" and specially for books or lectures you want to have esthetic photos.

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