We all know that professional photographers get the best pictures with the use of their flash umbrellas which reflect the flash giving them better lighting. What would you say if I said that you could get the same results without having the expensive flash umbrellas? At first I did not think that a mirror pointed backwards at my ceiling when installed in front of my flash on my camera was going to give me the quality pictures I wanted. I know that manipulating light makes a difference in pictures, but I didn't really think that this little mirror was going to manipulate the light in a way to make a big difference in my pictures. I was wrong and Professor Kobre's Lightscoop made a very noticeable difference in my photos!
This great little tool comes in three parts. There's a little part that fits into the back side of your camera's hot shoe, the long arm part that fits into the hot shoe (over the small piece) from the front of the camera and the mirror that fits onto the long arm. The lightscoop fits right on top of my camera and when I'm finished using it, it comes off and folds up small enough to fit my camera bag. Which means I don't have to worry about never having it with me. The Professor Kobre's Lightscoop makes taking better quality pictures much easier!
The first picture was taken using the Kobre's Lightscoop! The picture is beautiful and clear with just the right amount of light! The second picture was taken using regular flash. The picture seems kinda of washed out. You can easily see the brightness of the colors in the first picture and in the second picture they are not as bright and vivid. I am an up and coming photographer so the Lightscoop will be a very important piece of equipment for me!
There is a Lightscoop to fit almost any camera. The Lightscoop Original and Lightscoop Deluxe are for DSLR cameras and the Lightscoop Jr. is for more advanced compact cameras. The Lightscoop Jr. gives advanced compact camera users the same great pictures as the Lightscoop DSLR users. All the directions for each Lightscoop can be found right on the website.
How would you like to win one of these great Lightscoops for your camera? If you would or know someone who could use this very helpful tool then make sure you enter or tell them about this great giveaway!!