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!

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!

Shoot Hazy and Ethereal Photos Using a Sandwich Bag and Colored Markers

Shoot Hazy and Ethereal Photos Using a Sandwich Bag and Colored Markers

This not only is part of Equipment but it is also a Technique. Its also used to protect the camera as well. Photography tip - glowing light using a plastic bag around the lens

I am so going to do this it would be creative, fun, and most of all the picture would look awesome!!!

I am so going to do this it would be creative, fun, and most of all the picture would look awesome!!!

DIY Beauty Dish for $1.... Just pay me hundreds of dollars to take your portrait or thousands of dollars to put the memory of your wedding in my hands, and I will show up with this amazing piece of custom made equipment. Nothing inspires trust like styrofoam and toothpicks!

How to Turn a Styrofoam Bowl into a DIY Beauty Dish for Your Camera's Flash

DIY Beauty Dish for $1.... Just pay me hundreds of dollars to take your portrait or thousands of dollars to put the memory of your wedding in my hands, and I will show up with this amazing piece of custom made equipment. Nothing inspires trust like styrofoam and toothpicks!

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