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    Here Are 7 DIY Photography Hacks That Everyone Should Know

    You learn something new everyday.

    Using household objects, photographer Markus Berger demonstrates seven creative and practical photography tips that you can try out today.

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    Tip 1: Use a beer koozie to protect your lens.

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    Materials needed: Beer koozie.

    Tip 2: Use a black tile and a tablet to shoot some awesome product photography.

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    Materials needed: One black tile, a tablet, and a camera that allows long exposures.

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    Tip 3: Shoot through a glass ball for a different perspective on your subject.

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    Materials needed: A medium/large glass ball.

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    Tip 4: Use aerosol spray and a lighter to create dramatic fire effects.

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    Materials needed: Any type of aerosol spray (hairspray works fine) and a lighter. WARNING: USING ANY KIND OF FIRE CAN AND WILL BE DANGEROUS. USE THIS TIP AT YOUR OWN DISCRETION!

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    Tip 5: Cut up the material from a stocking and wrap it around the front of your lens for a soft focus effect.

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    Materials needed: A pair of stockings and a rubber band.

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    Tip 6: Use a mirror to reflect light for cool lighting effects.

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    Materials needed: A mirror.

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    Tip 7: Cheap tube lights make for an excellent light source and there are endless ways you can use them.

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    Materials needed: A cheap tube light.

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    Now grab your camera, and go out and shoot... the world is waiting for you.

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