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You'll need: •A camera with a large aperture lens •Cardstock, or other thick paper •Scissors •Tape 1. Cut out a circle the size of your lens. 2. Cut out your desired shape on the middle of the circle, don't make it too big. 3. Tape it to your lens. 4. Set your camera to it's lowest aperture value (mine was set at 1.8), make sure the lights aren't in focus, and take your picture!

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Simple Idea, Awesome Result…

Bokeh

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DIY Chic Custom Camera Strap

DIY Custom Camera Strap. Each strap took 5 minutes and cost less than 5 bucks! http://www.hellobrit.com/living/diy-chic-custom-camera-strap/

Manual Mode Cheat Sheet! This is perfect!! I need this on a keychain or something so I can always get it right!

Photography DIY : Hearts Bokeh Lens Hood tutorial here http://www.thespohrsaremultiplying.com/photo/photography-shaped-bokeh/ and here http://www.diyphotography.net/diy_create_your_own_bokeh

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Favorite Phone Camera Apps + Tips

Better Phone Photo Tips - I take MOST of my photos with my camera, so this is a good little article for me

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Photography Tutorial - A Lesson on Apertures

Get to know your camera better with this easy to understand lesson about Apertures.

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20 Fun and Creative Beach Photography Ideas

20 Creative Beach Photography Ideas for fun pictures on Capturing-Joy.com

This App is awesome. If your camera is ever lost/stolen, you can download a photo you have taken (with the embedded serial number) and it will search for matching serial numbers posted on the internet, so you can see if anyone is using your camera and posting images from it.