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If you're not up for DIYing this awesome lamp shade, its you're luck day - you can purchase one from crafters on Etsy.

We haven’t been this excited about pockets since we got our first pair of cargo pants! We made this Scrap Book out of paper sandwich bags, so each page is also a pocket to hold your precious treasures. It holds photos in its pages and *in* its pages.

DIY: Make a Pocketable Portfolio to show off your best photos!

This should get them looking! Felt butterfly lens buddy.

This wrapping paper season wrap your gifts with a little extra love. The good folks at PicPaperie print your very best Instagrams onto wrapping paper!

PicPaperie: Turn your photos into beautiful gift wrap!

DIY: Elevate the art of Tea Time with custom Polaroid Tea Bag Tags. They’re easy to make and just about the cutest thing!

DIY: Turn an Old Camera into a Retro Phone Dock Instead of throwing out that old 35mm that doesn't work, you can turn it into a rad retro phone charger!

We're on a mission to make photography more fun for everyone. We're hiring a full-time Editorial & Community Lead in San Francisco, CA.

Our buddy Haley Sheffield is a Georgia-based wedding photographer and a total pro at capturing the perfect kiss on camera. Check out her guide above!

Create your own fashion photography! Or, uh… Photography fashion! All you need is the Inkodye Photo Fabric Dye Kit + Sunshine.

Yarn bomb your DSLR with this adorable camera Amigurumi!

Use old film negatives or colored gels to create your own DIY photo filters. This trick works great with the magnets on our magnetic cell lenses!

latonyayvette on Instagram decorated her kitchen with @Prinstagram prints!

Manhattanhenge happens tonight! Twice a year, the sun sets between buildings in New York to make for especially epic photos of the sun hovering above the horizon. Click through for tips!

Wanna try something new with your film camera this summer? The folks at Lomography came up with a brilliant way to load two rolls of 110 film onto a single spool of 35mm.

A Complete Guide to Scanning Film! How do all the Tumblr kids get their film photos on the interwebs? They scan their photos! (Or get ‘em scanned.) We’ll show you step-by-step how to scan your own photos at home.

Because we believe in the power of good, here are 3 ways to add some good into the world through photography.

DIY: Turn Your Fridge into a Gallery Wall, Make Photo Magnet Mosaics!

Photographers and videographers will appreciate this one. A piece of gaffer’s tape can be a lifesaver for rigging something up, whether it be a quickie backdrop or taping up a light leak. So, the Strobist (with an adapted idea from The Art of Manliness) put together this how-to on making a small roll you can always keep on your keychain!

  • Anne Henry

    I wrap a bit of tape around one of my ski poles next to the grip because you never know when you are going to need some.

No metal or springs here! This camera is 100% handmade from a cardstock kit. It’s a pinhole camera that shoots onto 120 medium format film. The DIY kit isn’t out yet, but you can keep up with its progress over at their Kickstarter.

DIY: How to Repurpose Your Lens as a Bouquet Holder!

Make a stained glass Insta-window!

DIY: How to Make a Waxed Canvas Camera Bag So what’s the deal with waxed canvas bags? They’re durable *and* water-resistant, keeping your gear safe inside. Plus, you get a sweet Eddie-Bauer-esque rugged look. An affordable waxed bag can be hard to come by, but this DIY (by our buddy Allen Mowrey) will show you how to get it done at home!

DIY: Craft Custom Rubber Stamps from Photos