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Sunday, February 9, 2014

Take Pro-Like Portraits At Home with the LightScoop - Review & Giveaway - ends 2/28 US

Professor Kobré's Lightscoop Deluxe was provided to me for free in order to facilitate an honest review. No other form of compensation was exchanged. Regardless, all thoughts are my own honest opinions!

Isn't it nice to be able to go to a professional photographer to have portraits taken?  I like to have portraits of my family taken at least two to three times a year, but a professional photographer can cost an arm and a leg.  It has been literally years since we have been to a pro studio to have our pictures taken.  We bought a Nikon D40 when they first came out, and we have been taking them ever since to save money and have to photos of family taken regularly.

Now when we take our own photos, we usually have the flash on since the lighting isn't the greatest in our home.  It is nice to have a pop-up flash on a camera, especially in low lighting.  Yet sometimes that convenient flash can give your photos a "yuck" look.  Have you found your photos taken with a flash have any of these symptoms: evil red eye, ugly shadows, hot spots, bleached out faces, underexposed colors?  I get this all the time.  It is totally frustrating!

It's time to end those irritations with your pop-up flash with Professor Kobré's Lightscoop Deluxe.  The Lightscoop is a revolutionary way that uses the laws of physics to give your flash photography professional-like results.  It will take the flash from your camera and pop the light up or to the side to diffuse the light for a more natural look to your photos.  The results are amazing!

Here is a photo taken with the just our pop-up flash on our Nikon

This photo is washed out, overexposed, and the flash just ruins it.

Let's eliminate that flash ugliness with the LIghtscoop.  Here is the same picture taken with the Lightscoop on the Nikon:

With the Lightscoop, the flash look is gone, and we see nothing but pure beach goodness.  The colors are nice, bright, and crisp.

Here is how the Lightscoop looks on my Nikon D40 (I still have the protective film over the mirror of the LIghtscoop):

From the above photo, you can see how the mirror takes the light of the flash and bounces it upward to the ceiling.  If you are taking a sideways photo, it will bounce the light off the wall.  It is really easy to put on the camera and take off to store.

I still have the protective film over the mirror.

In order to use the LIghtscoop properly, you do need to have light colored ceilings and walls.  It does not work well with high vaulted or open beamed ceilings that will hamper the light from bouncing around.  

We are very happy with the photos that we have taken with Professor Kobré's Lightscoop Deluxe.  Our photos are much more improved.  My mother has told me so! (Grandma craves new pictures constantly.)

Buy Professor Kobré's Lightscoop:
Would you like more pro-like results from your camera? Professor Kobré's has developed three different Lightscoops and is designed to fit many models of cameras.  You can say goodbye to ugly flash photos and find one to fit your camera at Professor Kobré's Lightscoop.

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Win One!
With so many thanks to Lightscoop, one person is going to win either a Lightscoop Deluxe, Lightscoop Original, or a Lightscoop Jr..  The Lightscoop to be won will be determined by the winner's camera.   This giveaway will end on February 28, 2014, and is open to US residents only.  Entrants must complete the first mandatory entry of a blog post comment or all entries will be deleted.  Thanks, and Good Luck!

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