DIY Tips

In this section you'll find photographic features that explore holidays and photography courses, details about members meetings, trials and tribulations of installing new software along with general discussions on the art and business of photography.

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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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Here are 10 DIY fun photography projects for you to experiment with. Plus, they could save you some money as well as occupy your time!

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Camera kit can get a little dusty and grubby over the months, and while we're confined to barracks, there's no better time to give it a good fettle. Here's our guide to techniques and tools for cleaning your kit.

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While you're in lockdown you may not be able to purchase the kit you need for some of the techniques you want to try. So, we've rounded up some of our best DIY articles to help you create what you need.

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ePHOTOzine member Cyril Hobbins shares with us his tips and technique for making and using DIY lenses effectively to create professional results.

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COOPH share some top tips for capturing engaging awareness images - such as bringing attention to climate change and pollution issues.

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Using only a smartphone and some items found around the house, you can create a rig capable of capturing stable shots of even the most high-speed action!

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In this video photography tutorial, the COOPH photographers are showing you ways you can get creative at home so you can capture quirky photos that stand out from the crowd.

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Here are 10 fun and easy DIY photography gifts that are perfect for Christmas.

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Here are some great photography techniques to help you better your skills.

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Here are 6 more camera tricks that use items you probably already have at home and didn't think could improve your creative skills.

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Combine some open source software with a midi controller and you've got yourself a reasonably priced Lightroom mixing deck.

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