DIY Photography Hacks: creative lighting accessories you can make in your kitchen
Want to boost your chances of achieving a polished, professional look? Our latest DIY Photography Hacks post shows you how to make two simple, yet versatile, lighting accessories from common kitchen items.
How to make a DIY studio style snoot
In the comfort of a studio, a photographer can use a snoot to concentrate light on a specific area. It’s very useful for lighting the hair line, separating the model from the background and for creating hotspots.
Cut the bottom off an empty tube of crisps to allow the light from your flashgun to shoot straight through it.
Simply attach the top of the tube to the flashgun head with three strips of masking tape. It’s easy as that!
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on Thursday, January 31st, 2013 at 1:00 am under Photography Tips.
Tags: DIY photography, flash photography tips, hot, photo ideas