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8 DIY Photo Filters You Can Make At Home

DIY photo filters are a pretty simple concept but super fun and easy to make.

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After Christmas, payday can seem a long way off so why not save yourself a bit of cash and create a collection of photography filters you can create at home?

All you need are a few cheap materials that you'll probably already have at home and you'll be on your way to creating 8 new filters which are not only fun to use, but they'll give your images a unique twist. 

The handy tutorial comes from our friend COOPH who said: "With a little experimentation and the right positioning, you can use DIY filters to give your photography its own unique aesthetic."

Here are the 8 filters you can learn to make by watching the video tutorial:

  1. Droplet Filter
  2. Lens Flare Filter
  3. Fake Tilt-Shift Filter
  4. Plastic Filter
  5. Wooly Filters
  6. Tinsel Filter
  7. Foggy Filter
  8. Bubble Filter

Enjoy the tutorial and if you do try out any of the tips, you can share your photos with us in the comments section below. 

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