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Digital photography has virtually replaced conventional film photography as far as clinical imaging is concerned. Though most dermatologists are familiar with digital cameras, there is room for improvement in the quality of clinical images. We aim to give an overview of the basics of digital photography in relation to dermatology, which would be useful to a dermatologist in his or her future clinical practice.doi:10.4103/0378-6323.44334 pmid:19052435 fatcat:44py2e64ybadzdhrfoznvc3mmy