Cultural heritage

Almost every museum and archive needs a photographic or an imaging/digitization department responsible for producing digital “copies” of their original documents and works of art today. Paintings, drawings, manuscripts, books, documents and even plant/animal fossils are all examples of subjects currently undergoing digitization.

One of the major benefits of high-resolution raw digital files is that they provide immediate, unlimited access to the items without any risk of damage and without the cumbersome logistics involved in the transport of such sensitive materials/or the researcher's travel.

ALPA is offering equipment for the most demanding tasks in cultural heritage photography. One of the big advantages is the variety of solutions and the possibility to use the cameras not only in the studio but all over the museum or outside.