Bogen Imaging imports professional accessories such as lighting equipment, light stands, umbrella reflectors, translucent umbrella, white umbrella, backliight reflectors, convertible boom stand, back-lite stand, gripheads, extension grip arm, telescoping cross bar, mini spring clamps, Manfrotto carbon fiber lightweight tripod, Gitzo Tele Studex, Salon 230 camera studio stand, and everything a photographer needs for his studio.

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Studio lighting equipment from Bogen Imaging

Our main photo studios are at a university museum in Guatemala for over 30 years. So when we decided to also open up studios for testing digital camera equipment at a university in America, we had to equip it from scratch.

Our goal is to have one studio with digital fluorescent lighting, one studio with strobes, one studio with tungsten lighting, and another with HMI or HQI (HDI). This is because each kind of lighting has pros and cons for each different kind of digital camera.

A large format tri-linear scan back, for example, cannot function with flash or strobe.

You need to know these tidbits of information. Sometimes the camera manufacturer's web sites are not entirely accurate. Two years ago the Hasselblad web site had statements about lighting that were clearly written by someone who did not do much digital studio photography with a wide range of digital cameras.

Hasselblad uses 1-shot and 3-shot cameras. But there are tri-linear and other kinds of scanning cameras that need different lighting. That's why FLAAR organized a comprehensive course on digital photography based on actual experience, to overcome the lack of accurate informtaion on the Internet and in books (which are still stuck in the realm of traditional photography).

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BogenThese are some photographs of the Bogen equipment arriving at FLAAR in the United States. Some of the FLAAR staff members are unpacking the equipment and showing the newly arrived equipment.

Since these snapshots were made we have moved to a larger building on campus.

FLAAR is also looking for a university in Europe or Eastern Europe to set up another demo photo studio. This is because we have so much equipment for testing and evaluation that there is not always space at just one university to hold it all. But more important, we need a large team of people to do the actual write ups of the test results.

 

 

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