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DIY Photography Galore! Three Projects to Save You Money

Have some time this weekend? Don't have a lot of money? Make your own panoramic timelapse with your phone, build an inexpensive dolly, and create a free ring light.
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How I Shot It: Cruising The World In Infrared On Bike

As a love letter to the raw power of the velocipede, I wanted to take a photo that epitomises the sensational experience of coasting down the famed Peachtree Street in Atlanta...
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Build A Camera Slider With Bearings For Under $100

Quality bearing based sliders can be quite expensive. If you don't mind going DIY though, we have a great build to share with you that you can make for under $100.
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Inexpensive Light Modifier: The Black Foamie Thing

In this video, photographer Neil van Niekerk has a quick and inexpensive trick to help modify your light.
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DIY Tilt-Shift Lens Made With a Broken Canon 50mm f1.8 and Some Duct Tape

Sawing a broken 50mm 1.8 in half and using duct tape, photographer Witono Halim made a tilt shift lens for about $27.
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DIY Light Table for Quick Negative Scanning

Photographer Marius Hanzak has a low cost DIY project that can help you digitize that box of negatives that you have been putting off.
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DIY: Build a Simple Ring Light Using LED Strips and a Frisbee For Around $30

Photographers tend to have a love/hate relationship with ring lights. While ring lights may be great for some situations, in others, it may look completely dreadful. So why...
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Skip The Lab: How To Mount & Frame Prints Yourself | DIY With Tony Roslund

Bring your photos to life as Tony Roslund shows you how to mount and frame your images to lab standard, for a fraction of the cost.
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Camera Obscura Made With An Old Flatbed Scanner and Some Gold Duct Tape

Why buy a camera when you can build your own? For Joe Barone, building a camera is just part of the photographic process. He built his with an old scanner and some duct tape.
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Super Cheap DIY Diffuser & A Short Color Grading Tutorial to Get That 'Cinematic' Look

Short on cash? Here's a cheap hack to get some nice diffusion for a cinematic look and a bonus color grading tutorial.
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Create Proton Streams From Ghostbusters Using Light Painting

With its 30th anniversary, Ghostbusters is back in theaters and what would be a better way to celebrate then creating your own proton streams? Shanks FX shows us a simple...
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See the 'World In Infrared' With Your Own DIY Conversion

Turn that old Canon Rebel into an Infrared camera and create cool images. This guy did.
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