Monday, December 3, 2012

Giveaway: Professor Kobre’s Lightscoop AND a Roll-Up Tote

Two times a year, Sew, Mama, Sew! hosts Giveaway Day, where you can find tons of handmade goods and supplies to win! I’ve participated in two Giveaway Days, and it’s always been a lot of fun to both host and enter. Today, I’m so excited to be giving away a product I love, the Professor Kobre's Lightscoop , which has really changed the way I take blog and shop pictures! Plus, if you win, you’ll also get to pick a Roll-Up Tote from The Silly Pearl SHOP!

The Silly Pearl Giveaway Day - Professor Kobres Lightscoop

Note: This giveaway is NOT sponsored by Professor Kobre’s Lightscoop. It’s a product that I *LOVE* that I just want to give to one of you!

The Professor Kobre’s Lightscoop is a device that you attach to your DSLR camera with a pop-up flash. It allows the light from the flash to bounce off the mirror and off your walls (or ceiling), and therefore NOT directly onto your subject when you take pictures in dim light. So, you can use your flash, but you won’t get super yellow, shadowy, or harshly-lit photos.

Professor Kobres Lightscoop
(Images are from http://www.lightscoop.com)

With the Lightscoop, I can take pictures of my tutorials and products for my shop…get this…AT NIGHT. That is, when my girls are in bed and I have a quiet house, I can keep on taking pictures and actually finish more of what I want to by the end of the night. And in the wintertime when it gets so dark around here in the late afternoon, I can keep on working as well.

For example, here are some pictures of an old tutorial of mine, my Holiday Embroidery Hoop Wreath. I took the first picture on the left two years ago, before I had the Lightscoop. It was at the same time of year, approximately the same time of day (a gloomy afternoon), and in the same spot in the house, as the picture I retook last week using my Lightscoop and a flash (middle picture). From left to right: Just my camera and no flash with the best editing I could do (I had to turn on the inside lights and I couldn’t get rid of those shadows); Using Lightscoop with a flash (no editing, and I didn’t need to turn on any inside lights); and Using Lightscoop and just a little bit of editing in PicMonkey.

No Lightscoop and With Lightscoop

I’ve really been able to increase my productivity with the Lightscoop. I am no photo editing genius; I use picmonkey.com to edit my pictures. But I’ve had to do a lot less editing than with just my camera alone. As you can see above, I still needed to edit my picture somewhat. It was easy to follow the basic directions to install the Lightscoop and change the settings. But, you do have to tinker with it a little bit for your individual camera. So I do have room for improvement, but I’m MUCH happier and work much more efficiently already.

And for those of you who don’t take pictures for a blog or shop, the Lightscoop is perfect for taking pictures of your family at night, when most gatherings during the holidays take place! No more pictures with harsh lights and shadows on your loved ones’ faces.

Edited…I posted this on my Facebook page, but in case you didn’t see, here are some pictures I recently took of myself (for an upcoming review of those pretty posies I’m wearing). I’m taking the picture at 5pm and the room is already pitch black with the shades drawn. The pictures are straight from the camera (except I’ve put them in a collage…but the brightness, saturation, etc have not been touched). On the left is my camera with just the flash, and on the right is my camera with the flash and Professor Kobre’s Lightscoop. I think the lighting in the one on the right is way softer, and way better!

With and Without Lightscoop - Pics Taken in a Pitch Black Room
Visit the Professor Kobre's Lightscoop Standard Version Bounce Flash Device - Universal Model Amazon listing or http://www.lightscoop.com to see if your camera is compatible with the Lightscoop. You can also contact someone at www.lightscoop.com to make sure. But it is supposed to work with most DSLRs with a pop-up flash. NOTE: I’m not responsible if you win and your camera ends up being incompatible with the Lightscoop when you receive it. Sorry! Thanks for your understanding.

PLUS, the winner will also get to pick
a Roll-Up Tote from The Silly Pearl SHOP!
Pick a Tote Any Tote 
If you don’t have one of these cameras, you can always give it as a gift to a photography-loving friend or blogger/shop owner friend. And you can keep the tote for yourself if you choose!
Are you ready to win? Here’s how to enter:
  • Use the Rafflecopter widget below. It may take a few seconds to load. Log on to Rafflecopter, either with your email or using Facebook.
  • The first question (leave a blog comment) is required. This will unlock extra entries.
  • You can Tweet about the giveaway once a day, so come back every 24 hours to gain more entries!
Rules: This is a giveaway for the Professor Kobre's Lightscoop Standard Version Bounce Flash Device - Universal Model plus a Reversible Roll-Up Tote from The Silly Pearl Shop. Giveaway ends December 10, 2012 at midnight PST. All entries will be verified. You must be 18 or older to enter. Giveaway is open worldwide. I will send an email to the winner, who has 48 hours after I send the email to claim the prize. I’m not responsible if the Lightscoop ends up being incompatible with your camera if you win. This giveaway is not sponsored by Professor Kobre’s Lightscoop. Choice of tote will depend on availability at the time the winner responds to the email notification. By entering this giveaway, you understand all of these rules.

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Steph

323 comments:

  1. I don't have a blog so I'd use it to take photos of my family!

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  2. I like the green floral tote!

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  3. My pictures are always poorly lit so I would love to try out the lightscope!

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  4. I like the green/blue/butterfly one!

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  5. I would definitely use it to take better pics for my etsy shop!

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  6. I love the orange zig zag/floral bag!

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  7. I love to win one of these! I'm always finishing up stuff after its already dark and hate having to wait until morning to take a good photo. I'd use the lightscoop to take photos of stuff I make at night

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  8. I will use it to get better pictures of my daughter in front the christmas tree!

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  9. I'd make great pic for my future etsy shop (opening soon...)
    Thanks for you giveaway, and thanks for sharing great tutorials too !

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  10. I am just getting started with selling items, so this little gizmo would help me with my shop. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

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  11. I have the lightscoop and I LOVE it- so if I won, I'd give it to my sister for Christmas! Thanks!

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  12. Ouuu, etsy shop photos! for sure!

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  13. love the purple and orange bag!

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  14. Love this little contraption!!! Would def. improve my picture taking skills.:) Thank you for a chance to win!

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  15. I'd use it for project shots, too, since I'm always working at midnight!

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  16. I'd choose the purple/orange roll-up bag - love AMH!

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  17. I'd use it to take photos for my wife's storenvy shop: Fun & Fancy.

    'cause the system we have now isn't cutting it.

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  18. I just opened up a shop: funandfancy.storenvy.com !
    This would be perfect!

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  19. Great giveaway. Thanks for the chance.

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  20. I'd pick the floral and butterfly tote! Love the bright colors!

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  21. I'll give it to one of my really good friends who is a photographer :) Thanks for the chance! It seems like a great product!
    mjp0419 at gmail dot com

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  22. I would choose this one! http://www.etsy.com/listing/115544625/reversible-roll-up-tote-greenblue

    mjp0419 at gmail dot com

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  23. i would use it to take product photos for my shop.

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  24. I would use it to take better indoor pictures!

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  25. I would choose the green/floral blue/butterfly one.FYI tnscrapper = Kelly Humby-Tulk

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  26. I will use it to make great pics for my shop

    Great prize

    Thank you :)

    violet_bg1(at)yahoo(dot)co(dot)uk

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  27. I will give it to my technical husband who will figure it out for me then show me what I need to do ;) Looks like a realy cool thing! And I love your totes :)

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  28. I would use it to take picture in the winter and on cloudy days of my craft projects for my blog.

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  29. I like the black and white roll up tote.

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  30. I would love to win either. I would use the lightscope to take pictures for my shop, since my house is SO DARK!

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  31. I don't see rafflecopter coming up. Not sure if I'm doing something wrong.
    I have been wanting to try the lightscoop. It looks like a great addition to a camera!

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  32. fab giveaway! I would use it to take pictures of my quilts- I always get bad glare with my flash now.

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  33. I would use it to take photos of my family - maybe I wouldn't get so many red eyes.

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  34. I'd use it to take pictures of my quilts.

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  35. I have had that on my list of things to try with my camera, so thanks for the timely reminder! I'm enjoying looking around your blog!

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  36. That lightscoop looks so cool I'll be buying one if I don't win!

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  37. I would definitely use it for my Etsy shop pics. I've been eying this for awhile now, would love to win!

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  38. I would give it to my bestie who has the nice camera and love love loves to take photos. What a cool little gadget.

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  39. I really want one of those lightscoops. Don't think it will work with my camera, but maybe I just need a new camera, too. :)

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  40. I like the Orange Zig Zag and Floral tote.

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  41. I love the black and white tote!!

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  42. I need that lightscoop. I always seem to need to take pictures at night and can't figure my DSLR enough to make the pictures not so orange...this is the trick!

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  43. I would definitely use it to take pictures of items for my blog and etsy shop. I don't have the best lighting set ups in my house.

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  44. I love to try new things for taking pictures. Thanks!

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  45. I would choose the black and white one. Thanks!

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  46. To take better indoor photos of my kids.

    Thanks!
    Julie

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  47. Love the green floral bag.

    Thanks!
    Julie

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  48. I would use it to take pics of my boyfriend's races which usually take place at night.

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  49. I have an Etsy shop, so I'd use the lightscoop for that. Your photo example is excellent.

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  50. I'd love the bag! And since I don't have a camera to work with the lightscope, I'll shamefully admit I would regift it to my mother in law!

    My email address is kudra1978 at aol dot com.

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  51. i have a DSLR and would LOVE LOVE LOVE the lightscoop! oh my. and the bags are adorable too. thanks for the chance!

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  52. I don't have a proper camera, but I have a friend who is really getting good at using hers. It would make a great Christmas present. I'd love to use the bag myself - no re-gifting of a bag!

    eyeblanchette(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  53. That product is incredible. I will buy it if I don't win it. I also have to take pictures at night when my monkeys are all asleep !

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  54. Wow, what a great tool ! Maybe for better blog-photos ??
    Have a nice christmas time...

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  55. I will definitely use it to take pictures of my crafty things, but I really think that my husband would get a lot of use out of it, because he sells vintage tools and cameras on ebay, and takes a lot of pictures.

    limor477 at aol dot com

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  56. to make nicer pictures (hopefully ) :P

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  57. I end up sewing at night too, so I'd use it to take pics of completed projects, thanks!

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  58. I would use the camera to get good shots of the projects I knit and crochet. A photo or two of my dogs would no doubt be in line as well.

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  59. I love the black and white tote with the purple diamonds on it.

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  60. That Lightscope is so cool - I've never seen it before! I love and need your roll up bag - our city has banned plastic bags, so I love having a selection of cute bags on hand :)

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  61. I'll use the Lightscoop to improve my indoor photos of kids in my art classes.

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  62. I would love to use the Lightscoop to make my Canon EOS DSLR's photos look less like mug shots.

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  63. I would choose the black and white tote--very stylish.

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  64. I will definitely use the light scoop this Christmas if I win. We have a very dark living room. I will also use it a LOT for pictures in my Etsy shop.

    Genevieve

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  65. That Lightscoop looks AWESOME! I think I'm gonna have to ask for one for Christmas! That is, if I don't win...!

    erikawithak.vintage at gmail.com

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  66. I love the Black and White tote!
    Genevieve

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  67. I like the black and white tote in your shop

    erikawithak.vintage at gmail.com

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  68. I actually dont have a DSLR camera. But my sister in law is a great photographer and it would make a great present

    - Shendric@gmail.com
    Sherie A.

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  69. I would use the light scoop to take pictures of my show chickens. Yes, I have show chickens. LOL
    lisa(at)vetteklisa(dot)com

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  70. I would use it when I photograph my cooking for my blog!

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  71. I just got a DSLR camera on Friday, so I had to enter the giveaway! I'd use the light scope to photograph my always-on-the-move one year old. She's just as adorable in dim lighting as she is in bright lighting, and I don't want to miss any photo-worthy moments.

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  72. I love the green floral roll up tote. Lovely work!

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  73. Love the name of your blog/shop! The light scoop would be perfect for taking pictures of my kiddos in my very dark house!

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  74. I would use it for blog pictures! And pictures at my MIl's house. it's so dark in there always.

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  75. I'm just getting started with an etsy shop and fb page and I'd love to be able to take decent pics at any time of day. I've seen these lightscoops in action and I'd LOVE to have one!

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  76. Love the green/blue/floral tote!

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  77. I would use it to take pictures for my blog. Thanks so much for such a generous giveaway!

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  78. I will use it to take pictures for tutorials for my blog! It will be perfect since I do most of it at night after little boy is in bed. :)
    peachstateme (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  79. I love to use it to take photograph of my one year old son

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  80. I will give it to my DIL as she is the family picure taker thanks for the chance I am sure she would love to have this.

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  81. The light scoop will be a gift for my Sister-in-law. She loves her dslr camera and uses it all the time. This would be a great gift!

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  82. Wow, what a great gadget! I neeeeed one for my camera!

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  83. I would probably give it to my dad. He like gadgets and has a point and shoot.

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  84. The butterfly/floral tote is nice and they are so clever.

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  85. Curently I have no blog so I would use it to take better pictures of my 9 month old Granddaughter who is living with us temporarily along with her parents.

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  86. I love the black/white tote with the pop of pink.

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  87. I would use Professor Kobre's Lightscoop to take photos of the things I make to sell at Etsy. Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  88. I like the black and white roll-up tote
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  89. Building a studio in my basement and do not have enough lighting yet so I know this would help with that.

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  90. I love the purple/orange roll up tote :)

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  91. I would use that light in my sewing area, so I could see my work better. =)

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  92. LOVE the purple/orange tote. =) Thank you.

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  93. This is fabulous! I would use the light box almost daily, I love to take shots of the kids in the house with their many craft projects, and it will make the shots look soooo much better. Thanks for the great giveaway!

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  94. Oooh, love the floral butterfly rollup tote. :)

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  95. Ohh as I'm using my old quick and dirty digital camera and don'T see me buiyng a new one in the future - can't you pick a second winner?
    I mean I would love the bag, but I don't think I would find someone to give the light box to

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  96. I would have to give the camera accessory to my girlfriend who has a blog and an Etsy and is always struggling to get the right light for photo's with her 2 toddlers and often has to postpone posting. She would love this. The Bag would be mine.

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  97. Think the black and white or the pink one

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  98. I would use the lightscoop for all my blog photos!

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  99. I love your Green/Blue Floral/Butterfly tote! So cute and colorful!

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  100. I could really use the lightscope - I have such a horrible time with pictures

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  101. How awesome! I would use it for my blog, my shop, my ebay-ing, my kids pictures... Everything!

    Thanks

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  102. I would use the Lightscope for photographing my quilts for shows.

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  103. I'd give it to my mother-in-law! She is an amazing photographer! She just does it for fun, but she's been published in books by some publishers who saw her pics on flickr and were so impressed they asked to use them. One was a DK book!!
    Anyway, I never know what camera accessories would be fun for her, and normally they are out of my budget for gifts for her, but she'd love this!

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  104. I'd pick the purple/orange tote if I won!

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  105. I seriously need this Lightscoop. Living in Seattle, I lose my natural light about 3 pm! xo

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  106. Love all the totes esp the green/blue butterfly!

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  107. I would choose the black and white roll up,tote...so cute!

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  108. I don't have a fancy camera...yet...so I'd probably pass the lightscoop onto a friend.

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  109. I do have a fancy camera... I don't even know half of what it does, but I would love to try the lightscope and see if it helps my night pics!
    turtle tote bags (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  110. Honestly, I would give it to my step-mother. She is an avid photographer and I never have a good gift for her (so if I don't win, I might buy one for her anyway!).

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  111. Hmmm - I think the purple and orange one is my favorite.

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  112. Not sure yet,I will first try it myself,if not I would give to my friend.I like your bags too.Lovely giveaway,thanks for the chance to win it.

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  113. OOOOOH I love the lightscoop! I need to try it!

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  114. I love this tote:

    http://www.etsy.com/listing/115608471/reversible-roll-up-tote-blackwhite

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  115. My husband just recently purchased a DSLR and the lightscoop would be great for photographing our young girls! Thanks for the giveaway!

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  116. I would love to win! I would use the light scoop for shooting pics in some of our rooms that don't get very decent natural light.

    -Erin @ DIY On the Cheap

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  117. I love the green/blue/floral tote!

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  118. I love the green/blue/butterfly tote!

    -Erin @ DIY On the Cheap

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  119. What a great giveaway. Thanks for the chance. I do crafts and would love to use the scope to improve my photos.
    kj_hahn(at)telus(dot)net

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  120. I'm just learning how to use my new dslr, and that light scope sounds like a great addition to my camera bag!Thanks for the giveaway!

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  121. So if I win the light scoop, then I HAVE to buy a dslr, right?!

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  122. I'd use the lightscoop to photograph my kiddos.

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  123. I'd use the lightscope for my blog photos. Always wanting to make them better!

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  124. The Green/Blue Floral/Butterfly bag... it is gorgeous!

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  125. I will give it to my good friend who is studying photography. :)

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  126. I would use it to take better pictures of my daughters.
    Thanks for the chance.
    Angie

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  127. I'm always finishing my projects at night so this would be wonderful! I would love to use it to photograph my quilts! Thank you
    mrs(dot)hbraun(at)gmail(dot)com

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  128. I have several elderly friends that I have been selling items for on eBay and Craigs List to help them clean out their houses. I would use this to take better photos and move the items faster.

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  129. Purple/Orange
    mrs(dot)hbraun(at)gmail(dot)com

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  130. I've heard light scoops are pretty great but I have never tried one. I take tons of pictures though.

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  131. I'll probably start with pictures of the kids

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  132. The big flowers tote is amazing! Thank you

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  133. Black Nd white tote! Although if I win, I might change my mind :-) such a hard choice!

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  134. This would be great for taking pictures of the projects I make!

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  135. I would choose the black/white roll-up tote!

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  136. My photos always look awful, so I'd love to have this to help me out!

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  137. I'd choose the purple and orange one. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  138. I'd use it for general photography. Sounds like a cool tool! winterwrens at gmail dot com

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  139. Love the orange zigzag tote! winterwrens at gmail dot com

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  140. I've seen this before and it sounds great! I'd use it for taking all sorts of pictures! Thanks for the chance.

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  141. Not sure just yet-the camera is on my christmas list!

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  142. I would use it to take better pictures of my projects for blogging and family stuff of course.

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  143. I like the green blue floral butterfly

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  144. Take pictures of my products for my Etsy Shop (Pink Scissors Design).

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign @gmail .com

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  145. This one! http://www.etsy.com/listing/115548215/reversible-roll-up-tote-purpleorange

    Deborah
    pinkscissorsdesign@ gmail .com

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  146. i think i would use it like crazy. especially for blog posts & pics with the kids.

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  147. My indoor shots sometimes look washed out by backlight from a window, this would really help take care of that.

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  148. I would choose the green floral bag.

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  149. This would be perfect (the Light Scoop) for taking pictures for my own blog! Mine are always dark and it's a pain!

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  150. This would be awesome on Christmas morning! I always end up with really bad flash photography of my kids with red eye and the whole bit. Would love to try something new this year. :)

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  151. Thanks for the giveaway. I love that you love the lightscoop!

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  152. I would use the scope to photograph my kiddos and products for my shop! Thanks for the chance!
    Happy Day!
    Michelle
    www.daydreambelievers.net
    daydreambelievershop (at) gmail (dot) com

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  153. that is such a nifty idea! i've always coveted fancy add on flash for my camera but could't justify the purchase. this seems perfect!

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  154. I will take pics of my projects for my Ravelry page!!

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  155. I would use it to take pictures of the adoptable animals at the hospital.

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  156. i will take picture me tilda's toy

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  157. I definitely would put it to good use. From pics of my family and crafts this will become a must have tool for my camera. Thank you for the chance to win!

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  158. I like the green and blue floral butterfly tote. Thanks for another chance to win!

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  159. That lightscooop accessory sounds awesome! Thanks for the opportunity to win it! adriprints(at)yahoo(dot)com

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    1. I'd use it for project photos of course. ;)

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    2. And, the reversible tote in blue/green/floral is really lovely. Sorry just getting to know this Rafflecopter thingy.

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  160. I NEVER use my flash because I'm mostly afraid of what it will do, so I would totally use this to start getting better shots in lower light situations! jinglesells at gmail dot com

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  161. I would choose the Orange Zig Zag floral!

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  162. Oh, that's handy for my DSLR, I should use it more anyway! More photos, of quilts, sewing projects, maybe a tutorial, family, my dad's insects with a frog's-eye-lens, lots of occasions to make use of the Lightscoop. :-)

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  163. I'd chose the Purple/Orange tote, it's lovely.

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  164. Would love the try the light scoop for my blog pics!

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  165. I live in a basement, so good natural light is hard to come by. I would use the light scope to help with recipe pictures at night!

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  166. To photograph my crafty makes better!!

    DESPINA
    deb_oro@yahoo.gr

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  167. I'm always up for something that would improve lighting and get better pics.

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  168. I would use it for blog photos and family photos!
    brooke at richardchurch dot com

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  169. Love mine. This one would go to my Mother in Law then she wouldn't be flashing us with the flash anymore and her pictures would turn out so much better :)

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  170. I would LOVE to use it for indoor photography!!

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  171. The Green/Blue Floral/Butterfly bag!

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  172. I have the worst lighting in my sewing room. I would love to be able to take better photos past 4 p.m.!

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  173. Green/Blue Floral/Butterfly by the way your twitter post is a few characters to long I had to take on the giveaway part.

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  174. I would use it to take better pictures of my family

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  175. I will use it when taking pictures of my kids. They hate the flash!

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  176. I would love to get a blog up and going and taking great pictures will be great!

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