Archives of Ophthalmology (Full Review .pdf)
"Small in size but big on content ... is filled with essential information every ophthalmic photographer needs to know to take good-quality fundus photographs."
"...filled with essential information"
"contains all of the essential elements for producing good-quality fundus photographs in an easy-to-navigate format."
"Kudos to these 3 authors for this latest work."
Journal of Ophthalmic Photography
Inside there is a step-by-step guide to achieve high quality retinal images. Full-color illustrations show you how to proceed whether you are working with traditional or non-mydriatic cameras. Profusely illustrated with diagrams and reminder tables, the text is well organised, descriptive and easy to follow. There are seven chapters of practical information on the history of ophthalmic photography, anatomy of the eye and fundus camera, fundus photography, challenging patients, stereo photography, and descriptive interpretation. Chapters 8, 9 and 10 contain information about getting started in digital imaging, capturing, processing and outputting information to printers and other devices.
In short, the book: Practical Retinal Photography and Digital Imaging Techniques, is the ideal way to build your fundus photography skills. It also answers many of the questions needed to navigate, purchase and install expensive equipment in this digital age. Full Review
Ophthalmic Photographers' Society - Newsletter v33 #3
Christina Consolo, CRA, COT
Don't let the Title intimidate you! "Practical Retinal Photography and Digital Imaging Trchniques" (Tyler, Saine, Bennett) is a comprehensice guide with 7 chapters of practical information on the history of ophthalmic photography, anatomy of the eye and fundus camera, fundus photography, challenging patients, stereo photography, and descriptive interpertation. Chapters 8, 9, and 10 contain everyting you need ot know to get started in digital imaging, capturing, processing, and output (or to make sure you are on the right track). So whether you are just getting started in the field, or trying to stay abreast of hte latest and greatest technologies, you undoubtedly will find this book a handy reference! A book no ophthalmic photographer should be without.
Clinical and Experiemental Optometry - 2004, v.87 (pdf)
This book should be part of the clinical libraries
of optometry schools and any optometrist commencing fundus photography
in his or her practice. Practitioners who are considering upgrading
their photographic equipment to digital systems would also find the
book very useful. ________________________________________