DIY: Build An ‘Insanely Bright’ LED Light Panel For $70
In the following video, DIY Perks shows you how to make your own $600ish very bright LED light panel for around $70.
Photography Hack: Use a Calculator as an Intervalometer to Make Timelapse Videos
One of the course requirements in my Algebra 2 class was to buy an overpriced, gigantic graphing calculator. It cost around $80 and like Algebra, I never used it again after that class. Until now.
DIY Diffusion Panels: How To Make A Good One For $30
One of the best DIY diffusion panels I’ve seen, and all the materials required are inexpensive but good, and the time requirement is small. It’s a great idea for those who need spares, or anyone starting out.
DIY Ringlight (Cheap) & How to Win at 500px w/ Tony Northrup
Very cool video and information set on how to make a cheap but really effective star ringlight, and how to get your images to perform well on 500px.
DIY Filmmaking: Lens Filters Using Stockings, Also Some Inexpensive Lights To Check Out
How to use fishnet stockings to replicate a $100 lens filter and two inexpensive lights you should think about adding to your kit.
Skip High Repair Costs, Fix your Broken LCD Cover DIY Style
Being an active photographer, or anyone that uses their camera really, holds the risk of damage to said camera. Even the most careful photographers out there have drops here and there, so what happens when you crack that glass that protects your camera’s rear LCD?
DIY: Make Your Own Anti-Vibration Drone Mount for $10
Why spend $500 on a gimbal when you can DIY and make a $10 one for your drone?
7 Household Items That Add Creative Flare To Your Images
In this video, the guys at COOPH are at it again! This time, showing us seven household items you can use to add some creative flare to your images.
‘Hackintosh’ vs MacPro – Is it Worth Trying To DIY Your Own Mac for Photo/Video Work?
I think just about every creative professional out there has looked at those new MacPro machines and after deciding they look like a trash can, have lusted after them, even a mainly pro PC guy like myself.
DIY Video Rig for $180 – Perfect for Self Hosting Your Videos
How to build your own $180 DIY video rig that will help alleviate the challenges of being your own videographer.