Lightscoop Camera Attachment
Norma Prickett of Stillwater Designs
Norma Prickett Stillwater Designs
Lightscoop Light diffusing attachment
|Side view of Lightscoop mounted on Canon|
|polymer clay cuff|
It brings out too much detail in this piece. The next is taken with the lightscoop attachment. I can see more of the faux clay marbling effect that Diane Calderwood did to achieve the faux marbled look, instead of the tiny flaws in the piece.
Polymer Clay cuff by Diane Calderwood
|Polymer clay dragonfly pill box|
|polymer clay dragonfly pill box|
|Tiffany Glass Style Pendant|
|Tiffany Glass Style Polymer Clay Pendant.|
- Works great for photographing small items with a polished surface.
- The manufacturer offers really good instructions, tutorials, and more on their website.
- The price is reasonable.
- Light weight and easy to use.
- They company offers two types, as well letting you know which one will fit your DSLR.
- Does not work as well outdoors.
- Does not work in all situations like rooms with Cathedral ceilings, dark paneled wood ceilings, or churches. However, the manufacturer does tell you what types of situations this attachment will not work on both the website and the enclosed instructions. I love that they are so honest and straightforward.
- You have to remember to remove the plastic from the mirror or it will not work as well as intended. If you are as forgetful as I am, do it right away so you will not be disappointed with your pictures.
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