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DIY Heart-Shaped Bokeh (Light Blur Photography) Tutorial #DIY #ideas #tips #tricks

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Short, to-the-point tips about high-speed photography - would like to try something like this before too long!

Short, to-the-point tips about high-speed photography - would like to try something like this before too long!

Try wrapping some plastic around the lens of your camera and see what kind of cool light effects you can create!

Try wrapping some plastic around the lens of your camera and see what kind of cool light effects you can create!

How did Flickr user Northwest dad create this sweet image of water drop M&Ms? Was it though Photoshop? Nope. Check out his clever camera setup, below.  The Process  via [Neatorama]

M&Ms Viewed Through Water Drops

How did Flickr user Northwest dad create this sweet image of water drop M&Ms? Was it though Photoshop? Nope. Check out his clever camera setup, below. The Process via [Neatorama]

#6 GOBO -- means “goes before optics”.  "Cookie" Gobos can be anything that is positioned between your flash & your subject. Shadow patterns are produced from the light passing through the "cookie" as well as the subject. Used to create captivating light & shadow patterns for making the backdrop of a portrait more lively. "Flag" Gobos are used to block light from hitting a particular portion of your subject. These are generally rectangular in form and opaque.

#6 GOBO -- means “goes before optics”. "Cookie" Gobos can be anything that is positioned between your flash & your subject. Shadow patterns are produced from the light passing through the "cookie" as well as the subject. Used to create captivating light & shadow patterns for making the backdrop of a portrait more lively. "Flag" Gobos are used to block light from hitting a particular portion of your subject. These are generally rectangular in form and opaque.

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