26 Jan 2020
Gear & Apps

DIY Wireless Control of Your Canon DSLR for under $50

We recently reviewed the CamRanger, an awesome device that allows you to control your DSLR wirelessly. The biggest complaint that most of you, and I to be honest, have with the CamRanger system is its relatively high price tag. For those of you who like me do not have the $$$ to grab a CamRanger I recently found this system that is cheaper and surprisingly offers most of the same features, all for under $50.


DIY Food Photography Background For Under $50

One item that you need to really take your food photography to another level is a quality background. A popular choice is to shoot on large wood cutting boards or similar objects because wood can go with almost any food and add character to the shot. Today I am going to show you how to make your own quality double sided wood background for under $50.

How We Shot It

DIY Newborn Photography | How We Shot It

Before I go into too much detail about how exactly I shot this Image I wanted to take a minute and talk about WHY I took this image. Three and a half months ago my wife and I welcomed the newest member of our family to the world, and being a photographer I wanted some of those awesome newborn portraits that I always see on Facebook and Pinterest. I thought I could do it myself. How hard could it be, right?


Build Your Own ‘Still Life’ Folding Table for around $30

I love still life photography, it’s one of my favorite things to do when I’m bored and don’t have a person to shoot. I was recently searching for a good table for shooting my still life work, but as you can imagine the commercially available tables are rather expensive. Since my budget is rather low I decided to look into DIY alternatives, and that was when I came across this great DIY build over on DIY Photography.

Gear Reviews

DIY Follow Focus for your SLR Camera

One of the most sought after pieces of equipment for budding filmmakers is the follow focus. The follow focus is a great devices that helps camera operators push and pull focus to specific points, this would be hard to near impossible to do free hand. The only problem for budding filmmakers is that follow focus devices can be rather spendy.