Lightings

Central LEDs
  • The picture below was shot with the central LEDs at full power (lateral LEDs off). The result is similar to what would have been achieved with a ring flash. A Flexipalette contrastor was used as a black background, along with lip retractor.

Lateral LED
  • The lateral LEDs (left and right) are at full power (central LEDs off). The result is similar to what would have been achieved with dual flashes. A Flexipalette contrastor was used as a black background, along with lip retractor. Details in the body are obvious.

Image with diffusers
  • This picture was shot with lateral LEDs at full power with the diffusers on (central LEDs off). A Flexipalette contrastor was used as a black background, along with lip retractor. The diffused light provides a shadow effect which allows you to see surface texture on the teeth and the gum.

Image with polarizing filter
  • The picture below was shot with central LEDs at full power and the polarizing filter (lateral LEDs off). A Flexipalette contrastor was used as a black background, along with lip retractor.

Image with polarizing filter and diffusers
  • Here the picture was shot with central LEDs at full power and the polarizing filter (lateral LEDs off). A Flexipalette contrastor was used as a black background, along with lip retractor.

Posterior area
  • The LEDs are all at full power, in order to get enough illumination in the posterior area. The use of retractors is of course mandatory. Depending on the case we'll chose to work with a Flexipalette contrastor, a PhotoCAD retractor and/or an occlusal mirror.