DIY: 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.
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.
The GaffGun Wants To Make Your Cabling Woes History, Save You Time, Pain, But Maybe Not Money
GaffGun hopes to make the headache of dealing with cabling a thing of the past, but as with all good things there’s a price. Is it worth it for you?
Kitchen Kapers: 5 Things in the Kitchen That Keeps Your Photography Fresh
Here is a list of five things that you can use to better your photography, all of which can be found in your kitchen
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.
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 spend a couple hundred dollars on one when you can just rig one together for around $30?
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.
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.
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.
DIY vs. Boredom & An Awesome $60 DIY Photo/Video Light Panel
Here’s a brilliant and inexpensive DIY light bar, and why DIY is the boredom and stagnation fighter