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5 Photography Hacks For Making Your Own DIY Smartphone Tripods, Gimbals & More

The COOPH team are back, bringing you their best hacks on how to create stunning images and videos with your smartphone and everyday objects. From smooth time lapses and steady shots to an easy DIY gimbal - this video has it all!

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The COOPH team are a very creative bunch and seem to be able to make something from nothing that will help you perfect your photography and this time, their focus is smartphone supports so you can capture smooth video footage as well as cool photos without spending too much cash on photography accessories. 

 

Egg Timer Spinning Rig

 

This is a 'best of video' which puts all of the COOPH team's smartphone rig ideas in one place and they recap advice on creating a DIY Gimbal, DIY Timelapse Rig, DIY Stabiliser, DIY Automated Slider, DIY Spinning Rig and a DIY Gorilla Pod

 

DIY Tripod for a smartphone

 

Grab your notebook, hit 'play' on the video and start making notes on what objects you need to start your own DIY hacks. 

We'd love to see your DIY photography projects or, if you have your own suggestions, please do comment below. 

 

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