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Most Popular Photography Hacks of 2009

Posted by Narendra Dhami on December 14, 2009


Whether making your own lens hood to create custom bokeh, breathing like a sniper to get a blur-free photo, or angling your body to look the best in pictures, we shared some great photography hacks this year.

Software and Photoshop tricks are great, but they’re a poor substitution for doing things in-camera. Over the last year we shared a variety of hacks for taking better photos, looking better in photos, and ways to get professional results without spending your rent money on camera accessories.

Create Your Own Bokeh for Beautiful Photo Effects
Position Your Tongue Properly to Look Good in Photos
Take Better Pictures by Treating Your Still Camera Like It’s Video
Avoid Mediocre Portraits with These Tricks
Set Up a High Speed Photography Studio in Your Garage
Create Abstract Light Art by Snapping a Camera-Toss Photo
Be A Better Photographer On Vacation
Take Better Self-Portraits
DIY Tennis Ball Photography Stabilization Unit
Shoot Better Nighttime Pictures
Be More Photogenic by Forgetting About the Camera
Breathe Like a Sniper to Take Better Photos in Low Light
Create a Basic Ring Flash
Use Composition Rules to Take Better Photos
DIY Beauty Dish Enhances Your Portraits
Create Stunning High Dynamic Range (HDR) Photos
Create Studio Quality Photos Using Natural Light
Make a DIY Photography Light Box with K’Nex
Take Great Panoramic Pictures with Any Camera
Take Better Pictures by Studying Studio Layouts
DIY Tilt-Shift Photography Lens
Take Awesome Sunset Photographs
Create a Flash Diffuser Using An Empty Cigarette Packet
Make a DIY Macro Lens from Old Binoculars

Original from lifehacker.com.

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