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Visualising Medicine - a Royal Photographic Society Medical Photography Exhibition.
Wales and South West Regional Meeting - ‘The Dermoscopy Technique’ Presenting speakers: David Bishop, UCL and Consultant Dermatologist Caroline Mills, Royal Gwent Hospital
The year's major Healthcare Scientist leadership event, organised by the Chief Scientific Officer on behalf of NHS England
This workshop is open to ALL of those involved in the capture and review of FFA’s within an Ophthalmic Healthcare Service.
A ‘Train the Trainer’ Course for those members providing photography training for GPs, HCAs & Nurses. To ensure standardisation and give accreditation to the process of disseminating.
RPS Medical Group and IMI London Region Meeting - Science and medicine in stock photography.
IMI Midlands region would like to invite you to "Focus on Architecture" hosted in the brand new and spectacular Library of Birmingham.
Following the success of the previous ten Good Picture Symposia, the Imaging Science Group of the Royal Photographic Society is organising another in its series of tutorial seminars, open to all, on selected technical aspects of Digital Imaging. The aim of these lectures and discussions is to provide imaging practitioners, keen amateurs and students with insights into Digital Imaging and provide some tools and guidelines for assessing cameras and output.
IMI & RPS London Region Meeting. A photographic night tour presented by Sean Griffin
A webinar presented by Jason Candlin. Have you lost control in the studio? In the old days we took photographs on film and if you got the exposure wrong the result was pretty poor. Now that we have moved into a digital world the problems of an incorrect exposure can be quickly fixed when the file is imported. Should we return to the dying art of taking light meter readings and correctly exposing our 'negatives'?