Exhibitions

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1997 In a different light . . . . , Green Lane Cupboard Show, February 1997. (Demonstration of ultraviolet fluorescence)

1997 . . . . lichens again, Green Lane Cupboard Show, November 1997. (Show of colour photographs and lichens) 

1998 Flora of North-East Mallorca 1998 - Exhibition Green Lane Corridor, January 1999, with some student work, accompanied by a website. 

1999/2000 Green Lane - Joint staff and student exhibition, Mallorca 1999, December 3rd, 1999-January 14th of 2000. 

1999 Tiger Bay - Cardiff. Black and white infrared and solarized prints. Green Lane Staff Exhibition, September/October 1999.

2000 In a different light .  .  . new ultraviolet fluorescence work for Heads Exhibition, Derby Museum and Art Gallery, Jan 14th - Feb 27th.

2006 Blacklight, Ex Libris exhibition series, Open Studio, University of Derby, Green Lane Campus, March, http://photolibrary.cladonia.co.uk/-/galleries/scientific-images/ultraviolet-fluorescence.

2015 Photographs of Penguin Skull and Fluorescence of Eggs, International Images for Science, Royal Photographic Society, Dye House Gallery, Bradford. Touring exhibition 

2016 Photograph of 3rd Molar in Maxilla, International Images for Science, Royal Photographic Society/Seimens, https://rps-science.org/about/2016-winners/ .

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Presentations

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Recent presentations

The Challenge of Fire Scene Photography: is High Dynamic Range Imaging a solution? Fire & Explosives Investigation – Challenges and Opportunities Workshop. Knowledge Transfer Network, Forensic Science, Special Interest Group, London, January 13th 2015.  Published in Fire and Explosives Investigation 2015, Challenges and Opportunities https://connect.innovateuk.org/documents/3144739/22153242/Fire and Explosives Investigation - Challenges and Opportunities?version=1.0.

Osteological Photography and the Anglo-Saxons from Little Chester, The Royal Photographic Society, Archaeology and Heritage Group, Annual Conference 10th October 2015.

Digital Badges: The practice and potential at Derby, Learning and Teaching Conference, University of Derby, Buxton, July 4th (Munib Hadi and David Bryson)

Personal Injury Photography: Principles and Practice, Institute of Medical Illustrators Conference, Glasgow, 16th September 2016.

Using online tests and aligning them to badges and micro-credentialing. Assessment FOR Learning in the Biosciences, HUBS, Royal Society of Biology, School of Biosciences, Cardiff University, December 13th 2016.

Photography the scientist's retina: Photography 3.0. Annual Research Conference Enivronmental and Sustainability Research Centre, University of Derby, July 29th 2017.

All presentations in date order

1983-1989

History of Medical Photography in the Guise of Acromegaly - Institute of Medical and Biological Illustration Conference, Warwick University, September 1983. 

Illustrated History of Acromegaly and Gigantism - Bristol Medical History Society, Frenchay Postgraduate Medical Centre, November, 1983. 

Illustrated History of Acromegaly and Gigantism - Endocrinology Club, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, London, February 1984.

Illustrated History of Acromegaly and Gigantism - Kidderminster Medical Society, Kidderminster Postgraduate Medical Centre, April 1984 

The Value of Clinical Trials in the Community - Dermatology Study Day, Post-Basic Education Department, Barnsley Hall Hospital, Bromsgrove and Redditch Health Authority, April 1986. 

Light Therapies in Wound Healing - Society for Tissue Viability, Autumn Conference, Edinburgh, September 1986. 

Laser Therapy: Theory and Practice - Community Physiotherapists, Victoria Health Centre, Sandwell, January 1987. 

Costing of Medical Photography in the Private Sector - Institute of Medical and Biological Illustration, West Midlands Regional Meeting, March 1987 

Anatomy and Physiology of the Cornea - British Ophthalmic Photographers Association Conference, Bristol Eye Hospital, November 1987. 

1990-1999

Inside the Knee Joint - Institute of Medical Illustrators, Joint Meeting of the West Midland and Trent Regions, Burton District General Hospital, May 1990. 

Medicolegal Photography - Institute of Medical Illustrators Conference, Bradford University, September 1990.

The Value of Photography in Theatre for Medicolegal Cases - Joint Royal Photographic Society Medical Group / Institute of Medical Illustrators meeting, Great Ormond Street Hospital, London, March 20th 1997. 

Medicolegal photography - A neglected specialization? - Fuji Festival of Imaging, Cheltenham, August 13th 1998. 

Medicolegal photography in the clinical environment - Joint Institute of Medical Illustrators/ British Institute of Professional Photographers meeting, Postgraduate Medical Centre, Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Selly Oak, Birmingham, October 24th 1998. 

Personal injury photography - the case for a professional specialization - 2nd World Congress on Biomedical Communication, Amsterdam, Netherlands,May 7th - 12th 1999. 

2000-2009

Introduction to the internet and e-commerce, Banks’ Mill Business Lecture Series, Green Lane, September 28th 2000.

Qualifications - Credit where credit is due. Institute of Medical Illustrators Conference, Harrogate, 12th September 2001.

Learning through work in the NHS: ‘Learning together, Working together’, Institute of Medical Illustrators Conference, Derby, 11th September 2002.

The influence of the sportswear design philosophy. 10th Shanghai International Sporting Goods Show, Shanghai, September 26th 2002, invited speaker.

Medical illustrators as learners. Institute of Medical Illustrators Conference, Brighton, 8th September 2004 (Delivered by Stephen Young) 2004.

Unwearables, Wearables Futures conference University of Wales, Newport, Sept14th - 16th*. Wearable Futures: Hybrid culture in the design and development of soft technology. CD ISBN 9781899274345 2005. 

Identification through surgical and cosmetic implants, Fingerprint Society Seminar in partnership with the National Police Improvement Agency, Derbyshire Constabulary, Ripley, June 11th 2009.

The role of photography in the learning teaching and assessment of human identification, FORREST Conference Liverpool John Moores University,
Liverpool, June 30th/July 1st 2009.

The role of photography in the learning teaching and assessment of human identification, Learning Teaching and Assessment Conference, University of Derby, Buxton, July 2009.

2010-Present

Forensic and Scientific Photography. BioKnex, Sutton Bonnington, Nottingham University, March 10th. Presented by Alan-Shaun Wilkinson 2010.

Learning from the evidence – Moving from paper to web, pdf and e-books from Bryson, D. Cassella, J. and McCartney, C. FORREST Conference, 29 - 30 June 2010, Coventry University, Coventry*. http://open.jorum.ac.uk/xmlui/handle/10949/1634

Digital Infrared Photography – Principles and practice. FORREST Conference, 29 - 30 June, Coventry University, Coventry 2010.

Teaching Forensic Anthropology with a small skeletal collection. FORREST Conference, 29 - 30 June, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham 2011.

Hyperfocal photography and stitching (Workshop) FORREST Conference, 29 - 30 June 2011, Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham 2011.

Infrared photography of tattoos as an aid to identification, British Association of Human Identification, Manchester University, 15th October 2011.

Universal or Inclusive Design principles HEA STEM: Supporting Bioscience Students with Dyslexia and Dyscalculia, University of Derby, June 22nd 2012.

Ears, feet and injuries: Developing project based learning materials for Forensic Science, Abertay University, FORREST Conference, Dundee, June 26th/ 27th 2012.

The role of photography as a research tool in Forensic Science, FORREST Conference, Anglia Ruskin University 25-26th June 2013.

Patella maltracking: A clinical and osteological case study. Poster session Investigating Lifeways: Diets, Disease and Occupations. British Association for Biological Anthropology and Osteoarchaeology Conference, University of York, September 2013.

The Challenge of Fire Scene Photography: is High Dynamic Range Imaging a solution? Fire & Explosives Investigation – Challenges and Opportunities Workshop. Knowledge Transfer Network, Forensic Science, Special Interest Group, London, January 13th 2015.  Published in Fire and Explosives Investigation 2015, Challenges and Opportunities https://connect.innovateuk.org/documents/3144739/22153242/Fire and Explosives Investigation - Challenges and Opportunities?version=1.0.

Osteological Photography and the Anglo-Saxons from Little Chester, The Royal Photographic Society, Archaeology and Heritage Group, Annual Conference 10th October 2015.

Digital Badges: The practice and potential at Derby, Learning and Teaching Conference, University of Derby, Buxton, July 4th (Munib Hadi and David Bryson)
Personal Injury Photography: Principles and Practice, Institute of Medical Illustrators Conference, Glasgow, 16th September 2016.

Photography the scientist's retina: Photography 3.0. Annual Research Conference Enivronmental and Sustainability Research Centre, University of Derby, July 29th 2017.

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Papers

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Recent

Bryson D. (2015) Towards a Working Methodology for Using Total Hip and Knee Joint Replacements to Support Identification. Austin J Forensic Sci Criminol. 2(3): 1026.

Bryson, D. (2016) Journals and CPD. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 39(1-2):73-76.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17453054.2016.1182477

Bryson D. (2016) Focus Stacking: Extending the depth of field in close-up photography. Heritage Photography, Royal Photographic Society Spring: 4–5. 

Bryson, D. (2016) Professional language: understanding and being understood. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 39(3-4): 158-159. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17453054.2016.1246942

Bryson, D (2016) Impacted Third Molar, International Images for Science 2016. The Royal Photographic Society/Siemens, page 38. ISBN 9780904495126.

Bryson, D. Hadid, MS. Petronzi, D. (2016) Developing Badge Eco-Systems To Support Engagement In Class-Based And Online Learning. 9th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Seville, 14th-16th November. ISSN: 2340-1095. doi: 10.21125/iceri.2016.0887

Bryson D. (2017) Writing a book review. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine. 40(1-2): xx-xx.

In press

Bryson D. (2017) Current Issues: Patient perception of clinical photography.  Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine. 40(1-2): xx-xx.

Bryson D. (2017) Can MOOCs meet your learning needs? Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine. 40(3-4): xx-xx.

Robinson, LR Bryson, D Bulling, MT Sparks, N Wellard, KS (2017) Behavioural observations of the forensically important blowfly Lucilia sericata (Diptera: Calliphoridae) exposed to common indoor surface substrates during migration and its effects on development (In progress)

Bryson D. (2017) Transillumination of testicular hydrocele. Clinical Medical Imaging Library.

All in date order

Williams J.E. Hall L. Porteous H.M. Strover A.E. Rouholamin E. Rao S. & Bryson D. (1991) Isokinetic concentric and eccentric mode evaluation of suprapatellar plicae and patellofemoral disorders. World Conf Phys Ther 1991; 2: 586-8 Conference Proceedings. (Responsible for lecture preparation, abstract and photography)

Bryson, D. (1994) A guide to medicolegal photography for personal injury claims. Journal of Audiovisual Media in Medicine 17(1): 5-11. 

Bryson, D. (1996) Mr Punch, acromegaly and caricature. Journal of Audiovisual Media in Medicine 19 (3) 119-22. 

Bryson, D. (1997) Lichen an ideal growing medium. The Annual Research Journal of the School of Art and Design, 1996-7. Derby: University of Derby, p. 25.

Bryson, D. (1997) Photography of operative techniques and pathology using a second arthroscope. Journal of Audiovisual Media in Medicine 20 (1) 19-21. 

Bryson, D. (1999) Operating theatre photography in personal injury cases. Journal of Audiovisual Media in Medicine 22 (2): 75-82.

Bryson, D. (2001) Qualifications - Credit where credit is due. Journal of Audiovisual Media in Medicine 24 (Suppl): S25 - S28.

Bryson, D. (2001) Research for medical illustrators: searching for references. Journal of Audiovisual Media in Medicine 2001; 24 (2): 64-9.

Bryson, D. (2004) Patient privacy. Continuing professional development. Journal of Audiovisual Media in Medicine 27 (1): 37-8.

Bryson, D. (2004) Accessible Web Design. Continuing professional development. Journal of Audiovisual Media in Medicine 27(3): 131-4. 

Bryson, D. (2005) Visualizing hidden histories ‘in progress – online’ IS - Internet e Storia. 3° Forum telematico 15 gennaio – 15 marzo. http://www.internetestoria.it

Bryson, D. (2006a) Sharing Good Practice. Continuing professional development. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 29(2): 84-6. 

Bryson, D. (2006b) Giving a presentation. Continuing professional development. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 29(3): 115-8.

Bryson, D. (2006c) Patient Information Design. Continuing professional development. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 29(4): 166-7.

Bryson, D. (2006d) The Influence of Instructional Design Models on Learning. Response Online Learning and Teaching Journal, July.

Bryson, D. (2007) Supporting patients. Continuing professional development. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 30(1): 27-8. 

Bryson, D. (2007) Unwearables. AI & Society 2007; 22(1): 25 – 35.

Bryson, D. (2007) Maintaining evidence based practice. Continuing professional development. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 30(3): 132 – 134.

Bryson, D. (2009) Personalising your learning. Continuing professional development. Journal of Visual Communication Media in Medicine 32(3-4): 105-107.

Bryson, D. (2010) Team based review and reflection. Continuing professional development. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 33(1): 39-40.

Bryson, D. (2010) Adding variety to your learning activities. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 33(2): 83-85.

Bryson, D. (2010) Google scholar and e-journals. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 33 (3): 122–125.

Bryson, D. (2011) Ethical dimensions to reflection. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 34(1): 36-37.

Bryson, D. (2011) Operating theatre photography for orthopaedics and aesthetic surgery. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 34(2): 70-76. 

Bryson, D. (2011) Writing up a case presentation. Learning and CPD. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 34(2): 77-79.

Bryson, D. (2011) The reflection bookshelf. Learning and CPD. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 34(3):122-123.

Bryson, D. (2011) The Personal Development Planning Cycle. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 34(4):177-182.

Bryson, D. (2012) Using flashcards for learning. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 35(1): 25-29.

Bryson, D. (2012) Using research papers: Citations, referencing and plagiarism Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 35(2): 82-84.

Bryson, D. (2012) Developing and sharing your CPD portfolio. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 35(3): 139-142.

Bryson, D. (2012) Learning journal and portfolio tools. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 35(4): 178-180.

Bryson, D. (2013) Current Issues: Consent for clinical photography. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 36(1-2): 62-63.

Bryson, D. (2013) Are you a researcher as well as a medical illustrator? Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 36(3-4): 150-152.

Bryson, D. (2013) Referencing web pages and e-journals. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 36(3-4): 146-149. 

Bryson, D. (2013) The identification of tattoo designs under cover-up tattoos using digital infrared photography. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 2013; Vol. 36(3-4): 104-110.

Bryson, D. (2014) Conflict of interest and privilege in clinical and medicolegal photography: A short summary. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 37(1-2): 51-53. 

Bryson, D. (2014) The developing professional. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 37 (3-4): 107-111.

Bryson, D. Personal injury photography in the operating theatre. Your Expert Witness Magazine. September 2014.

Bryson D. (2015) Towards a Working Methodology for Using Total Hip and Knee Joint Replacements to Support Identification. Austin J Forensic Sci Criminol. 2(3): 1026.

Bryson, D. (2016) Journals and CPD. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 39(1-2):73-76.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17453054.2016.1182477

Bryson D. (2016) Focus Stacking: Extending the depth of field in close-up photography. Heritage Photography, Royal Photographic Society Spring: 4–5. 

Bryson, D. (2016) Professional language: understanding and being understood. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 39(3-4): 158-159. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/17453054.2016.1246942

Bryson, D (2016) Impacted Third Molar, International Images for Science 2016. The Royal Photographic Society/Siemens, page 38. ISBN 9780904495126.

Bryson, D. Hadid, MS. Petronzi, D. (2016) Developing Badge Eco-Systems To Support Engagement In Class-Based And Online Learning. 9th International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation, Seville, 14th-16th November. ISSN: 2340-1095. doi: 10.21125/iceri.2016.0887

Bryson D. (2017) Writing a book review. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine. 40(1-2): xx-xx.

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Digital imaging and image processing means that we now have capabilities far beyond what was possible with silver technologies including; High dynamic range imaging (HDRI), stitching and focus stacking and combinations of these techniques. This presentation will show examples of what is possible and how photography can aid your research and its visual impact.

“The sensitive photographic film is the true retina of the scientists . . . . for it possesses all the properties which science could want; it faithfully preserves images which deposit themselves upon it, and reproduces and multiplies them indefinitely on request; in the radiative spectrum (electromagnetic spectrum) it covers a range more than double that which the eye can perceive and soon perhaps will cover it all; finally it takes advantage of the admirable property which allows the accumulation of events, and whereas our retina erases all impressions more than a tenth of a second old, the photographic retina preserves them and accumulates them over a practically limitless time.” P.C.Janssen 1888

Recent presentation given to the Annual Conference of the Environmental and Sustainability Research Centre, University of Derby.

See presentation on SlideShare

Version 1.0 Silver technology
Version 2.0 The New Photography from 1895 i.e. X-rays
Version 3.0 The development of digital image processing

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Why not look at the learn2photograph website for courses from the "Introduction to Photographic Theory" through to Professional Courses for  "Personal Injury Photography".

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