Saturday, July 14, 2007

Breakthrough in studio lighting...

Recently I've been experimenting a lot with lighting and how it will affect the subject in a photograph. After quite a discussion with some of my friends we realised how expensive good quality studio ligthing equipment can actually be. It doesn't have to be that way though....
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Introducing the all new Ted Earl LiteSphere LJ System!
At RM1888.88 only, this baby can be attached to ANY flashgun and will be a useful tool for all your photography needs.
The Ted Earl LiteSphere LJ being attached to the 580EX II Speedlite using a I66Ew adaptor(the yellow thing).
The Super Anti Static LiteSphere cap that uses high tech materials to keep dust out.
The fantastic space age material will ensure perfect diffusion of light rays from the flash gun to your subjects.
The...er...Omnibounce.
To show you an example of how useful this thing will be, I've prepared a set of test shots to further convince potential sucke....er...heheh....sorry, i meant customers.
Without flash.
With bulit in flash. As usual the 'deer in the headlights' look.
With the flashgun only. It produces a natural lighting effect. Not too bad.
Wahhh... Look at the difference! This is what the system can do for you today.

And if you order quickly, we will even throw in a special bounce card. While stocks last!










4 comments:

pharmalogik said...

wow..so creative.. a must buy and must get LJ for anyone with external flash!!

Strongly recommended by pharmalogik!!

Ted said...

Yes Latuk...Your S3 oso can use. Need additional adapter ok d.I give you spesial diskaun lar...

ws pang said...

this is cool..
i'd suggest u come out sth that can used on lens, super wide become super duper super duper wide.

Ted said...

Hmm...good idea. Will think masak masak first and see how to make super wide lens...