Hi, I'm Stephanie and I have a Nikon D90. I love it and am hoping to someday be able to purchase a few respectable lenses for it. For now, I just have a prime 35mm lens.
I also have a really cool new piece of gear called Lightscoop. Essentially, it's a reflector piece that bounces light off the ceiling to help mitigate the harshness of the flash in low-light environments (evening or indoors - or both).
My photography "style" is very casual. I like candid outdoor shots that tell stories, preferably with lots of colors and light. I almost never use the flash...especially on people because it tends to be unflattering.
Now that I have the Lightscoop, I actually enjoy taking pictures at night because they turn out beautifully. They have an antique glow about them, soft and hushed.
Exhibit A - Road Trip Snacks (LEFT: without Lightscoop; right with Lightscoop).
Exhibit B - Tim's Beer (LEFT: without lightscoop; RIGHT: with lightscoop)
Exhibit C: Our 4-year-old (LEFT: without lightscoop; RIGHT: with lightscoop)
Pretty cool, right? Best of all, Lightscoop is only $29.95. It's an affordable way to "say goodbye to ugly flash photos" once and for all.
Here's how to find Lightscoop on Facebook and Twitter.
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WIN IT! One winner will receive a Lightscoop ($29.95)! To enter, leave any topic-related comment on this post prior to Tuesday, March 15th at 11:59 p.m. All generic comments like “Enter me!,” “Love it,” and “Cool stuff!” will be disqualified. Winner must provide a US mailing address.
* Lightscoop sent me a sample for review purposes and is also providing 1 product for the giveaway.
*UPDATE* The winner is #53 Noreen. Congratulations!