40+ Genius Camera Hacks That Will Greatly Improve Your Photography Skills In Less Than 3 Minutes

Professional photography gear costs thousands of dollars but you can take stunning pictures by spending only a fraction of the cost. If you have the time and the patience, and aren’t afraid to get your hands dirty, then simple DIY hacks can achieve similar results to spending big bucks on advanced kits.

To make you a better photographer, A&D has collected some of the best DIY camera solutions that were tested to work. From softening the pop-up flash to transforming a 50mm lens into a macro one, these genius tips and tricks will definitely take your pictures to another level. Remember, photography is a playground and there aren’t any right or wrong ways to approach it. If it works, it works. Continue scrolling to learn the DIY hacks and vote for your favorite ones! (H/T: Bored Panda)

01. Use Tinfoil To Create A Wall Of Bokeh


02. Use A Sifter For A Genius Shadow Hack

Christina Key

03. Use A Fishtank To Get That Underwater Shot


04. Use A Piece Of Cloth And A Cardboard To Create A Portable And Inexpensive Seamless Background System

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05. Use A Plastic Bag For A Softbox Effect

Sheldon Evans

06. Remove Tourists From Your Pictures Using These Simple Steps


07. Use A Towel As Video Slider

Sheldon Evans

08. Get That Perfect Top-Down Photo For Your Instagram


09. Manipulate Visual Perception Using Forced Perspectives


10. Don’t Be Afraid To Add Lights With Regular Bulbs


11. Cut Out A Heart Shape In A Cardboard For A Heart-Shaped Bokeh


12. Easy Macro Lens Hack


13. Use Your Sunglasses As A Filter


14. Instant Fake Macro Bokeh

Sheldon Evans

15. Use A Plastic Bag Smeared With Vaseline For A Soft-Focus Lens Effect


16. Use A CD To Create Lens Flares

Sheldon Evans

17. Create A Sparkling Ring Of Fire


18. Add Steam With Regular Appliances


19. Cut Different Shapes In A Cardboard For A Window Shadow

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20. Cut Out Your Own Bokeh Shapes


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