Professor Kobre’s Lightscoop!

If you have a digital SLR with one of those little pop-up flashes which gives your subject that washed-out look, creates hot spots, or harsh shadows, then I cannot recommend enough that you purchase a Professor Kobre’s Lightscoop. Here are some examples of photos I took, all indoors, during the day, with moderate to low available light.  Some were bounced off of the ceiling, and some the wall.  You can see by the direction the very light shadows were cast (look very close!).

amaryllis

eagle

fan

saint anthony

shell

self portrait

(mind the scruffy beard of the self-portrait!)

The only editing that was done with these photos was cropping and reduction of file size.  The color and exposure that you see is what I got with the Lightscoop.  Pretty amazing, isn’t it?

I Saw the Light (Hank Williams)

Be well, and at peace,

Phil

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One Comment on “Professor Kobre’s Lightscoop!”

  1. Chicky Says:

    Maybe my SLR can come out of storage! Thanks…


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