Laura’s Crafty Lightscoop Life

One of our favorite bloggers – Laura of Laura’s Crafty Life – posted a nice piece about Lightscoop the other day, and she’s even offering a Lightscoop giveaway. Head over to her site and enter – the offer ends Friday, Nov. 20. Laura is a crafter at heart and loves to photograph her gorgeous masterpieces – and her favorite furry …

Lightscoop: “Not Afraid to Use Flash”

Direct Flash vs Lightscoop

Another great Lightscoop comparison! “The Lightscoop Deluxe was one of the biggest and most pleasant unexpected surprises in my journey through photography,” writes Nancy of Whispered Inspirations. “Nowadays, I’m not afraid to use flash because I have the Lightscoop Deluxe in my camera bag.”

Mudpies and Tiaras Loves Lightscoop!

Mudpies

What a great before-and-after Lightscoop comparison! These are the sweet sons of Mudpies and Tiaras. You can barely see her boy in the background of the direct flash photo (left). But with the Lightscoop (right) camera accessory? There he is! “What a difference! I was really impressed,” Belinda (Mudpies blogger) writes. “The colors are so much more natural and even. …

Affiliate Partners Promote Holiday Cheer!

birdhouse comparison

We’re happy to report that our Lightscoop Affiliate Program is humming right along. That’s in huge part to several of our favorite bloggers who’ve stepped right up, bringing us some great new Lightscoop customers while pocketing 15% commissions, just in time for the holiday! Have you signed up yet? It’s not too late! We so appreciate all the Lightscoop love …

Blogger Turns White Wall into Photo Studio

How fun! Sensational Monotony blogger Joel just published some beautiful family photos to celebrate his fourth wedding anniversary. He used the Lightscoop Deluxe to transform a white wall into a perfect photo studio to mark the special occasion! “The setup was a simple one, since I hardly had any equipment to worry about,” Joel writes. “I set my camera up …

Lightscoop Goes to BlogHer!

BlogHer

Headed for BlogHer this summer? We are! Mary and Nikki of the Lightscoop team will be at the San Jose conference, July 24-26. Be sure to stop by our booth No. 707. We’ll have a fabulous photographer on hand, ready to take your beautiful portrait. Use it on your blog and other social media! And we’ll hold drawings for free …

Great Groups

Most family gatherings call for a group shot to remember the day. And most families gather around food. Is your family so focused on the food that you forget to even suggest a group photo until everyone’s mouths are full? These are traditionally (ahem) crummy shots. But there a few tricks that can actually make the “family table shot” scrapbook-worthy. …

Expect the Unexpected

If your family is like most, some of the best photos come from those candid moments between “posed” shots. Instead of waiting for everyone to smile on cue or look like magazine models, keep on snapping! For the “family photojournalist,” real life always delivers the winning images. Don’t forget: Without a flash indoors, moving subjects may come out blurry in …

Natural Light Indoors?

So you’re a natural-light photographer? Good for you, but– let’s face it– life doesn’t always happen in perfect light. Rather than losing meaningful moments as they unfold in typically imperfect indoor light, use a Lightscoop to redirect your camera’s built-in flash. This way, you can imitate natural light in most home settings, even in windowless rooms lit by dim bulbs! Your Lightscoop …

Seeing & Believing

Dimly lit interiors automatically trigger most cameras’ built-in flashes and, unfortunately, the cold, ugly light that comes with them. The camera is right” You do need more light. But you never need more ugly light, do you? One of the biggest complaints from family photographers: “My pictures don’t look anything like what I saw.” Your convenient little built-in flash is …