Monday, July 15, 2013

The Light Blaster

I think I need a Light Blaster.
By William Sawalich Published in Blog
The Light Blaster
I think I need a Light Blaster. It's preposterous, I know, but it's also perfect and wonderful. You see, the Light Blaster uses your strobe, one of your lenses, and your old 35mm film slides to project light on backgrounds to totally reinvent your photographs. It's a strobe-based gobo projector, and this inexpensive device could actually be quite useful for for anyone interested in giving their photographs a unique look, courtesy of a projected background. There's a long history of using projections in studio photography; now it can be even easier. Check it out at Photocritic.org.

http://photocritic.org/light-blaster-announcement/
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