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DIY Photography hacks and DIY Photography ideas! In this DIY Photography video I show you 5 easy DIY photography hacks that you can do with day to day objects and improve your photography. This Photography DIY covers DIY Reflector, DIY Macro, DIY ND Filter, DIY Reflection, DIY Bokeh. These DIY ideas are great for photography beginners and amateurs.
No matter what DSLR or Camera do you own. These DIY photography ideas will surely help you.
DIY ND filter will allow you to capture long exposure even in day time. DIY Reflector can be used to reflect light and capture amazing portraits with amazing light. DIY Bokeh backdrop will be a great and a handy backdrop for capturing bokehlicious photos. DIY Mobile reflection will allow you to capture unique reflections. DIY Macro reflection will give amazing macro images.
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Canon 1dx Mark II
Sony A7S Mark II
Canon 24mm Cine Lens
Canon 85mm Cine Lens
Canon 50mm f/1.2 Lens
Gears I use:
Nikon 50mm f/1.8
Tamron 15-30mm f/2.8
Benro A650F Tripod + BH2 Head + Manfrotto PIXI
Macbook Pro 15″ (2016)