This Anti-Paparazzi Scarf Ruins Photos Made With Flash
Tired of paparazzi following your every step, blinding you with flashes and then posting photos of your confused face everywhere? Well, now thanks to a new kind of scarf designed by Saif Siddiqui you can protect yourself from that sort of unwanted attention.
Made out of extremely reflective fabric this anti-paparazzi piece of clothing (aka Ishu scarf) makes the camera’s flash light up so bright that everything else in the photo becomes pitch black.
Saif came up with this idea back in 2009 when a bicycle reflector ruined his photo, and six years and a bunch of research later he has a mass-production ready model.
If you want to get yours, you better start saving up now as the cheapest one will cost you $268 (all the way up to $478).
Paris Hilton with her Ishu scarf
Anti-paparazzi scarf makes the camera’s flash light up so bright that everything else in the photo becomes pitch black
Rapper DMX has one too
The fabric tricks video cameras also
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