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Digital Camera - DSLR - Elbow

The elbow shot is best taken in the macro shot distance range. The elbow image should display the true color of the elbow and any possible color variations found at the site. Acceptable depth of field in this image should allow for focused surrounding skin and any possibly raised areas due to dry skin or skin thickening. Relief between any dry areas and or any anomalies should also be able to be appreciated. The image should be free of shadows. At high resolution, this shot should allow for a level of detail that allows the viewer to see individual skin cells. This shot is obtained with the camera parallel to the elbow surface you are hoping to capture, with the arm either flexed or extended. The area should be draped and free of distraction. The camera height should be at the same level as the focal point.

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Individual Image Comparison

DSLR - Elbow - Macro Room Lighting - A
DSLR - Elbow - Macro Room Lighting - B
DSLR - Elbow - Macro External Lighting - A
DSLR - Elbow - Macro External Lighting - B
DSLR - Elbow - Zoom Room Lighting - A
DSLR - Elbow - Zoom Room Lighting - B
DSLR - Elbow - Zoom External Lighting - A
DSLR - Elbow - Zoom External Lighting - B

 

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