11 DIY Photography Equipment Hacks And Ideas On A Budget_11

January 5, 2021 10:47 am Published by

Sometimes you don’t need to devote a whole lot of money on specialist filters to attach with a camera so as to add panoramic elements to your photography. As soon as I was producing my eBook,’The Whimsical Photography Playbook’I hunted high and low for easy homemade filter techniques that any photographer could use to add that sought-after’dreamy haze’. Not only do I hope you enjoy this free extract from my eBook, however, I hope that you also create some incredible images using these DIY filter thoughts. And don’t forget – it is easy to increase your results utilizing simple tweaks from the BeFunky Photo Editor to transform your images! Without further ado, here is a round-up of tried and tested home-made filters which you’re likely to enjoy! The Sandwich Bag Trick: Most professional photographers use this simple and cheap tip to put in a fuzzy and calming effect to their photographs. Rip a hole in the closed aspect of your sandwich bag (don’t use scissors because you need those rough edges! ) . Next, choose the open side of your bag and slide it on your camera lens so that the rough edges from the ripped section could be viewed around the edges of your viewfinder. Ta-da! You have made an instant hazy vignette 11 DIY Photography Equipment Hacks And Ideas On A Budget effect. BeFunky Photo Editor hint: Together with the’Vignette’ tool under the Edit menu can boost this impact much more during the editing procedure. Adjust the color, durability, and combine style till you reach your desired appearance! The Vaseline & inexpensive UV Lens Trick: A cheap UV lens will only set you back about $10 and from smearing a bit of Vaseline on the lens you’re able to attain a soft-focus impact, or even make it seem as though mist or fog is present in your picture. BeFunky Photo Editor suggestion: Further improve this soft-focus appearance by choosing the’Soften’ or’Blur’ tools from the Edit menu. Use the Paint choice to choose specific sections of your image to bring this result to. The Transparent Plastic & Coloured Markers Trick: This trick is a personal favorite, and it was initially found through popular blog, A Beautiful Mess. Using a piece of A4-sized translucent plastic (the lean variety that are often employed for overheads, document covers etc. ), you need to cut the plastic about 1 inch (all the way around) bigger than your camera lens. ) Then use colored markers to draw large, bold shapes or patterns on your transparent sheet. It is Ideal to avoid Little contours as these do not show up through the viewfinder

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