Tired of flash photography that makes your victims look like a deer-in-the-headlights? Here’s a cool photography tool designed for the everday picture taker. Place Professor Kobre’s Lightscoop over your camera’s built-in flash and it directs the bright flash upward instead of directly into the faces of your subject(s). This reduces that “spotlight” look and helps eliminate red-eye.
Lightscoop works by redirecting the flash upward. This means you should be in a room where the ceilings are no higher than 8-14 feet or the walls are no farther than 3-4 feet from the camera.
The manufacturer’s web site has instructions on how to fine tune your camera for the best use of their Lightscoop.
For only $35 this might be one of the cheaper photography gadgets to have on hand that could also greatly improve the quality of most flash photography.