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Giveaway: Light Blaster Strobe-Based Image Projector Kit & Accessories! [$389 Value]

By Hanssie on May 6th 2015

light-blaster-05-1680Tired of the same old brick wall or white backdrop? The Light Blaster is a tool in your creative arsenal to turn that dull backdrop into a canvas of endless possibilities. Remember the days when you had to sit through Science class on a rainy afternoon, and your teacher thought it would be so fun to show you a slide show of his vacation pictures? Click after click of that endless slide projector, as the clock clicks oh-so-slowly toward that three o’clock hour…

The concept of the Light Blaster works similarly to that projector, minus the boring vacation photos and much more fun. The Light Blaster is a light modifier unlike any other light modifier you might have; using a shoe mount flash and an SLR lens, the Light Blaster will allow you to project any slide onto a surface, providing countless creative opportunities for your photo shoot.

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Light Blaster Giveaway

We are giving away a full kit valued at $389, including:

  • Light Blaster ($99)
  • 4 creative kits ($68)
  • 1 Pro gobo kit ($68)
  • Studio adapter ($120)
  • Pistol grip ($17)
  • Nikon Adapter if needed ($17)

To enter, just fill out the form below:

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To see what you can do with the Light Blaster, check it out in action:

To read more about the Light Blaster, check out their website. Good luck!

About

Hanssie is a Southern California-based writer and sometimes portrait and wedding photographer. In her free time, she homeschools, works out, rescues dogs and works in marketing for SLR Lounge. She also blogs about her adventures and about fitness when she’s not sick of writing so much. Check out her work and her blog at www.hanssie.com. Follow her on Instagram

Q&A Discussions

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  1. James Printer

    Is this open internationally or just US?

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  2. Konrad Sarnowski

    Oh dear, just thought about it for shooting cosplay at events – WANT! ;)

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  3. Ed Rhodes

    awesome!

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  4. Kyle Stauffer

    Thank you for posting. I think his is neat. I could see using this with macro ring shots and such.

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