1. Make your own at-home lightbox with a window and a white piece of paper. (Don’t try this at night though.. obviously)

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2. The carboard sleeve of your coffee doubles up as a good lens hood

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3. DIY waterproof camera bag. 

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4. Turn your phone into a fancy shutter remote with Trigger Trap

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5. Use cut up milk bottles as light diffusers 

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6. A little bit of Vaseline goes a long way. This time, slap it on your camera lens for a very vintage-y looking finished product (and messy camera. Perhaps put the Vaseline on a clear lens cap, not the actual glass)

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7. DIY flash ring

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8. Use lentils to avoid camera shake

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9. Make a  cute little case for transporting your camera

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10. DIY macro lens

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11. Use a business card to bounce the flash

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12. DIY style snoot

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13. Make cute DIY backdrops 

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