Homemade my cam
Depending on the size of your lens, the sunglasses can either completely cover the scene or provide a secondary inset view like in the image below. Create a vintage and ethereal feel in your photos with a touch of petroleum jelly.
But, don't go smearing vaseline directly on your lens.
Instead, I am bringing the Christmas fun to the blog and making my work not work like at all. I have decided that there are just way too many things I want to tell you guys all about this December, so now the weekends will be filled with Christmas cheer. Don’t think I am all old and lame trying to tell you guys to make some homemade potpourri, I promise you will love this.
Ensure all zoom and focus rings are free to move, then take photos at your leisure.Thanks to refraction, anything you look at through the glass will be inverted and flipped upside down.Shooting through a wine glass makes an ideal photography project.Sure you might get some funny looks when using these tools, but it's all in the name of having fun and experimenting with your photography. Christmas Potpourri from Half Baked Harvest on Vimeo.
Here ‘s the reality though, I maybe do one or two of those things and then Christmas comes and goes and I am wicked sad it’s over because I didn’t even get to cross off half the things on my list. So this year, I am just accepting the fact that I will never get all those things done.