Genius Camera Hacks That Can Teach You The Best Photography Tricks  

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Genius Camera Hacks That Can Teach You The Best Photography Tricks  
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In present age, we are too obsessed with selfies and die for the perfect clicks. But modern photography tricks have made our task easier. From using tin foils to mirrors to cardboards to pieces of cloth to plastic bags, there are numerous tricks listed here, which will surely fetch more likes and shares on your photographs. 

All of us look forward to candid shots that are natural as well as awe-inspiring. Photography is also a play of perspectives, angles and much more. With personalised photo shoots like pregnancy, baby shower and wedding becoming a fad, the enlisted tricks will equip you with skills of a professional photographer.  

After knowing these hacks, the photography will appear too simple to you. Have a look.          

#1. You can use a towel as a video slider. 

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An easy trick for you to slide the camera smoothly, without the use of a slider. Think of the amount of money saved.  

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#2. Use fairy lights for the best.

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In love with the illuminated effect. 

#3. Using forced perspectives.

#3. Using forced perspectives.
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The trick here is to keep the toy near and the model far and then click some natural photographs. 

#4. DIY heart-shaped bokeh.

#4. DIY heart-shaped bokeh.
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You simply have to give a heart-shaped cut in a cardboard and place it against the lens. Go photographing, now.   

#5. That tint of the evening...

#5. That tint of the evening...
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Easily achieved using sunglasses. 

#6. By far the best of all. 

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A fish tank can be used for a perfect underwater shot.    

#7. For a soft lens effect. 

#7. For a soft lens effect. 
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A plastic bag smeared with vaseline can be used. 

#8. You can use even sandwich bags.  

#8. You can use even sandwich bags.  
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For that hazy effect. This is so cool.     

#9. Those colorful filters.

#9. Those colorful filters.
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Using colored plastic bags.  

#10. An easy cushion for those shaky hands.

#10. An easy cushion for those shaky hands.
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A simple DIY where you can use lentils, filled in a bag of jeans.  

#11. A lace can be used for a crafty portait.

#11. A lace can be used for a crafty portait.
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That is really creative. 

#12. A simple equipment like a shower curtain can be used.... 

#12. A simple equipment like a shower curtain can be used.... 
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As a softbox. 

#13. For product photography, this is a stupendous trick.

#13. For product photography, this is a stupendous trick.
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A black tile does all the magic.  

#14. A hair dryer can provide that perfect hair look.  

#14. A hair dryer can provide that perfect hair look.  
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With hair strands, looking all natural.  

#15. A short triangular prism can be used as a great reflector.

#15. A short triangular prism can be used as a great reflector.
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That effect created is elegant.   

#16. This is how one's own color lens filter can be used.  

#16. This is how one's own color lens filter can be used.  
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To keep the colors of choice. An amazingly easy trick to be deployed.  

#17. This is how you can make a pinhole.

#17. This is how you can make a pinhole.
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Without those extra efforts and equipments.  

#18. A mirror can be used as a classic reflector. 

#18. A mirror can be used as a classic reflector. 
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Woah! Such an easy solution that is!  

#19. Tinfoil, crumpled together, can be used as a bokeh.

#19. Tinfoil, crumpled together, can be used as a bokeh.
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That creates an extraordinary effect.    

#20. A simple sifter can be used for a shadow effect.

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That is so creative a jugaad!   

#21. For the shadow effect of a window.  

#21. For the shadow effect of a window.  
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Cardboards cut in different shapes can be used.   

#22. A burning matchstick can be used to get effect of a bulb.  

#22. A burning matchstick can be used to get effect of a bulb.  
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These hacks are simply crazy!  

#23. A simple plastic bag can work wonders.

#23. A simple plastic bag can work wonders.
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It can be an easy softbox.  

#24. The perfect top-down photo for your Instagram profile.

#24. The perfect top-down photo for your Instagram profile.
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Simply use a cardboard and some gripping tape to place your camera on the ceiling.  

#25. A simple CD-Rom can be used to give the lens flare.   

#25. A simple CD-Rom can be used to give the lens flare.   
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The lens flare looks really classy. Simply hold a CD while clicking it at an angle. 

We hope you liked these tricks.

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