Lighting is what makes the difference in whether your photographs are correctly colored balanced or not. Thus photo studio lamps are not the place to go low-bid. Instead, invest in lamps that will provide correct color from the beginning.

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Links, tips, and information on tungsten lighting for professional photographers, both for studios and for portable use in the field or on location.

Factual, helpful, useful web site for Europe and Asia as well as for the Americas.

Hedler Deluxe
Hedler Deluxe

FLAAR has tested lighting in Japan, Australia, throughout Europe (especially Germany), and throughout Latin America as well as in museums across the USA and Canada. We have thirty years experience in photographic lighting.

Reviews of lighting equipment for 220 current (Europe)

Reviews of studio lighting equipment for American electricity (which can also function on Japan's similar electricity).

best place to obtain your lamps (tungsten and every other kind for photography, video, and projection), BulbMan in Nevada.

Photo lighting to avoid (it is important to know what not to use if you are a beginner)

Reviews of special lighting for high-end digital photography are on another site, www.digital-photography.org

Upcoming, reviews of LTM Peppers, ARRI, Balcar, Fotoleuchten Grigull, and others.

Already available, reviews of Dedolight, Lowel, Smith-Victor light stands. Also, check out our introduction to Rosco filters.

 

 

 

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