Are you heavily into photography? Technology these days makes it so easy to take great pictures – and it helps to have great accessories as well. I’ve been enjoying photography for awhile and have gotten into using things like soft boxes and light tents. If you know anything about camera and photography accessories, you know that they can get expensive. So why not DIY them? I’ve pulled together a set of tutorials that will help you get these photography accessories on a budget.
I’m excited because I can use these accessories with the new Samsung Galaxy Camera! This awesome camera is made by AT&T and combines with photography with an Android user platform. In addition, the camera features a 21x optical zoom (as opposed to digital), wide angle lens, editing tools and voice commands. It also has the ability to share right from the phone. Use this camera with any of the accessories I’ve suggested for amazing photos.
Click through the slideshow below to learn how to make 5 awesome DIY camera accessories on a budget!
Soft Box 1 of 5Not only does this soft box cost less than $30, but you can build it so that it folds up!
Get the how-to at Andrew's World
DIY Bokeh 2 of 5Bokeh photos are so cool - get the look for less with this easy tutorial using black paper and tape.
Find out how at How About Orange
Light Tent 3 of 5You'll need four white sheets of paper to build this easy light tent, great for shooting medium to small items.
Learn how to make it at JFotography
Beauty Lamp 4 of 5This beauty dish made from a bowl is great for head shots.
See how it was done at imageGuy.com
Table Stand 5 of 5This simple beanbag tripod can be sewn from scrap fabric, and you can easily prop up your camera on the table or a chair.
Learn how to make it at Do it Yourself Divas
Would you like to win your own Samsung Galaxy Camera? Repin one of the photos from our “Holiday Memories + Moments” Pinterest board with the hashtag #samsungmemories for a chance to win, or upload your own photo onto your personal board with the hashtag #samsungmemories. And from there, we will pick the top twenty photos. Contest ends December 31st, 2012.
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