I first talked about the Lightscoop on Lifetime Moms and fell in love with the product immediately. I was actually on the verge of buying an external flash before I discovered the Lightscoop while flipping through a photography magazine.
If you have DSLR and hate those hideous pop up flash pictures than consider buying a LightScoop. It has made world of difference in my shots, especially those indoor low-light photos.
What is a Lightscoop?
Lightscoop® is a smart low-tech device that creates soft, flattering light by redirecting your camera’s pop-up flash to a ceiling or wall.
How does it work?
Simply slip the Lightscoop® over your camera’s pop-up flash, follow the easy camera set-up steps, and immediately transform your tiny pop-up flash into pro-quality light. Professor Kobré’s Lightscoop® lets you use professional photography tricks without having to buy or learn to use expensive extra lighting equipment.
Guess what? We are giving one away to one lucky reader here on BizzieMommy.com!
How To Enter:
- Leave a comment and tell us why your photos need a Lightscoop
- Create a post on your own blog – showing us your worst flash photography picuture, come back and leave us a comment with the link to your photo
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The contest closes on November 12th, 2009. Winners will be announced Nov. 14th, 2009
If you can’t wait for the giveaway to end you can find the lightscoop at lightscoop.com and adorama.com. Check out lightscoop.com and verify that your camera is currently supported. If you own a Sony DSLR they will have one built for Sony very soon.