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In the age of easily applied photo filters, pictures with effects applied are common enough. But how often do you see pictures that are artistically enhanced by hand instead of by technology? Follow these steps and create your own tangible photo filters. It’s fun, easy, and will entertain you for hours. I took my new camera toys to Montana to experiment and spice up my travel shots. Get creative. You can make a filter out of just about anything. Challenge yourself!
1.) Wrap an embroidery hoop with thread. This will create a soft maze of blurry lines across the photographs.
2.) Cut straws into small sections, each a few centimeters long. Then cut a hole the same size as your camera lens into a yogurt lid. Glue the straw bits together so that the holes of the straws are on the top and bottom of the bundle. Adhere it to the lid…
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I just have to comment – this reminds me of when I was young and took a photography course and we were playing with DIY filters – the one I liked best, at the time, was saran wrap that I colored with magic markers and pulled over the lens.
Great post, great ideas! 😀
I’ll have to try that.
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