Location Portraits – Dr. King: Tustin Chronic Conditions Center

Hi Friends, I met with Dr. Corey King, D.C. owner and clinical director of the Tustin Chronic Conditions Center today, and had an opportunity to photograph him for his new website.  We did a high-key white background image, of course – the staple look for medical portraits.  Dr. King’s focus is on neurological function, and Read more about Location Portraits – Dr. King: Tustin Chronic Conditions Center[…]

A few more portraits from the OR…

[clearspring_widget title=”Animoto.com” wid=”4805fc0db4a3562c” pid=”4b74ba7b60488cea” width=”432″ height=”240″ domain=”widgets.clearspring.com”] Wrapped up our shoot for “Infection Control in the Operating Room.” (working subtitle: “the 5-second rule.”).  Did a couple final portraits of cast and consultants while I still had access to the OR. Here’s the general setup / lighting details for the OR portraits… Shot with D2x; 24-70 Read more about A few more portraits from the OR…[…]

Operating Room Production Shoot

Spent the day with the crew from the office doing still photography for a new program on infection control for anesthesiologists. Apart from the requisite product photography, I had a chance to do some available light portraiture. A few favorite images from the day: Special thanks to my good friend Bob A. for the loaner Read more about Operating Room Production Shoot[…]

More Images from the Pharmacy Collection

I returned to the pharmacy collection last weekend with the express intent to photograph some particular medical devices: scarificators–used in the “art” of bloodletting, and other purposes prior to the advent of the hypodermic needle.  These images represent only a sampling of the variety of the scarificators in the collection.  I think what intrigues me Read more about More Images from the Pharmacy Collection[…]