LOW BUDGET PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS

LOW BUDGET PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS THAT YOU HAVE TO KNOW

[I]Wow, when I wrote my first Low Budget Photography article, I was at first worried, that people will laugh about it. I thought that my photography tips would be to be too strange. Too embarrassing because they are out of the ordinary. I actually used kitchen tools. However, the article was and still is incredibly well received! I would never have expected that. I am still totally happy about that. Ashton Kutcher himself shared my tips & they were shared on big international websites. At first the said article was titled “Better photos with the help of household items” but I didn’t want it to have such a heading. That’s why I renamed it. My motivation back then was to show that you can produce great photo effects with so ordinary things. As my own family isn’t rich, I always had to be creative. Today I am fortunate about that! Even for my christmas photography tips I’ve used some low budget photo hacks.[/I]

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[I]As you like all my photography tips so much, I have some new photography low budget tips for you today! Like the last ones, these photography tips will cost you nearly nothing but they will give you some fantastic effects. Clear the stage for today’s photography low budget tips![/I]


LOW BUDGET PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS: LIGHT STRING

[I]Light strings are perfectly suitable for nice photos as I recently showed you in the article “Photography tips for Christmas pictures”. They create beautiful light effects that can look particularly impressing on portrait shots. However, light strings are also a brilliant photography tip to economically create a great Bokeh! You can spice up each boring background with just a single light string* in no time. Additionally, a light string is ideally suitable as a solution for disturbing picture elements. For example, if there is an ugly object in the background, you can simply make it invisible by using a light string. With an average price of 2,50 Euro per string, this photography tip is simply unbeatable! And in addition more than low budget![/I]

It’s not only photos that you can upgrade with a light string. After use it is excellently suited as decoration for a Christmassy glass bell.

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LOW BUDGET PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS: ALWAYS READY RAINDROPS

[I]A further brilliant photography tip is the picture frame in combination with the spray bottle. This brilliant photography tip costs less than five Euro and is my absolutely favourite photography tip! Especially now in winter you don’t go out as willingly as in summer due to the cold. If you nonetheless want to make nice shots with great raindrops, you can simply apply this tip. This way your flock – if you have one – and you yourself stay in the dry![/I]

In the article „Low budget photoshooting“ I explain you in detail how to use this photography tip. Besides that you see more photos, that were done applying this photo tip.

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LOW BUDGET PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS: SPARKLERS AS (THE SINGLE) LIGHT SOURCE

[I]Another photography low budget tip that I have already presented to you recently in my category “photography tips” is the one with the sparklers. With this economical light source you don’t only achieve an incredibly harmoniously light but also a great glitter effect. The sparks create a mystical glitter in the pictures which looks particularly beautiful in the Christmas time. Especially if you use sparklers as the single light source, you get great shots! If you dare, you can of course combine this photography tip with artificial light. However, for this you need to be experienced, as it happens quickly that the great look of the picture is totally destroyed.[/I]

My personal advice: Now, during the Christmas time, it is easier to get sparklers than at other times. Therefore, you should buy them on bulk now!

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LOW BUDGET PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS: FREELENSING

[I]The most economical photo tip that I’m presenting today is called freelensing. For this photo tip you don’t need anything. You’ve got everything that you need for this visual style already! A simple lens is enough, for example the Canon 50 mm 1.8 – which is a great lens as I have shown you in the article “Photography Tips for amazing Portraits!”. You can read how to apply this effect in the linked article.[/I]

Insider knowledge beforehand: For this photography tip you don’t need to use a lens from your camera brand.

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LOW BUDGET PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS: LOW BUDGET DARKENER/BRIGHTENER

[I]As I have already revealed to you, light is the most important element in photography. Without light you can’t make a single picture. You can place and use it in the most diverse ways. For example, you can manipulate it softly with a low budget darkener/brightener. Thought the different uses of this photography tip you can achieve totally different results. You can clearly see that by comparing the (100% unedited) photos of me: The three photos were taken with the identical aperture number, ISO value and exposure time. Nevertheless they are different! The photo in the middle was made without any gadget. The one on the left on the other hand was made darker with the help of a darkener. [/I]


[I]The result of this is that my cheekbones are emphasised, among others. Contrary to this, this photo on the right was made brighter with a brightener. It intensifies the light reflections in my eyes, gives me a soft glow and conceals the wrinkles around my mouth. The whole left side of the face becomes slightly brighter. This photography tip is quickly created and at the same time extremely effective, not only for portraits![/I]

Check out my article „Low Budget Darkener/Brighter“, where you’ll be able to see how easily it was to make this photo tip, including a video!

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PRACTICAL PHOTOGRAPHY TIP FOR BEAUTIFUL FOOD AND PRODUKT PHOTOS: PHOTO BOX WITH A BACKGROUND SYSTEM

[I]You can get a cheap photo gadget by building a photo box that includes an integrated background and underground system. You can use it for product photos as well as for food photos. It is even ideally suited for flatlays! Most likely you have all the products that you need already at your home. This photography gadget is one that I wouldn’t want to miss again because I use it weekly for my blog photos! Watch the video and find out how to create this photo tip.[/I]

 


PHOTOGRAPY LOW BUDGET GADGET FOR BEAUTIFUL EYE REFLECTIONS & AN EVEN LIGHT: DIY REFLECTOR

 

[I]Some of you might already know this photography gadget. If not, you really missed something! With this photo gadget you conjure way better photos for nearly nothing! Instead of buying a reflector you can easily and quickly build one yourself! Everything you need is some aluminium foil*, a piece of cardboard and tape*. You wrap some aluminium foil or a rescue blanket around the cardboard, cutting board, etc. and tape it down on the back. Your ultra-cheap but very effective photography gadget is ready! If you use aluminium foil the reflected light you get is rather cool. On the other hand, a rescue blanket* gives you a rather warm light.[/I]

You can also use a white fabric or garment, if you don’t have any aluminium foil or rescue blanket at hand. It also reflects well and conjures a great reflection in the eye on top. (See photo on the left below)

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LOW BUDGET PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS: WALLPAPER SAMPLES AS BACKGROUND OR UNDERGROUND

 

[I]Who doesn’t love 1001 possibilities, whether with food, clothes or with photography. With this photography gadget you get endless possibilities for free or very cheaply. Thanks to a cooperation I have many different wallpaper samples at home*. I rolled those up neatly in my photography corner. With those patterns I have many possibilities for photographic backgrounds or undergrounds. They are particularly suited for various food photos like for the Freak shake with fruits or product photos for various cooperations, e.g. the Kneipp campaign.[/I]

Often you get samples of wallpapers or PVC flooring either for free or for a low pecuniary in various hardware stores.

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PHOTOGRAPHY LOW BUDGET GADGET FOR BOKEH LOVERS: GLASSES FOR INTERESTING PICTURE EFFECTS

 

[I]After I’ve shown you in this article how to conjure a great swirly Bokeh, I’ve got the next impressive photo tip for you! With a glass, for example like this one*, you can provide your photos with that certain something! Thanks to different glasses you can create stunningly beautiful picture effects that jazz up nearly each photo significantly. This photograph tip is particularly suited for photos with a light string, colourful street lights as in the photo story with Christina Raphaella Dirr, or Christmassy photos in general. The practical aspect: this tip enables you not only to make great photos but it also provides you with great glasses for Christmas and New Year’s Eve in which you can serve a creamy Christmassy cocktail for example! The application of this photography tip looks like this: You hold an ornate glass directly in front of your lens. By the way, even a simple yogurt glass can do a lot! Depending on the angle of the light you can achieve fantastic picture effects in no time![/I]

You get tasty wow effects if you serve Quiche in a glass! In my opinion this is ideally suited for New Year’s Eve or the next birthday.

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LOW BUDGET PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS: INDIVIDUALISED BOKEH WITH SELF-MADE TEMPLATES

 

[I]Attention Bokeh lovers! Today something wonderful happened. I was standing in the kitchen and was looking for suitable equipment. And then the aluminium foil made it in front of my lens. Its conformability and tear resistance (if you don’t buy the cheap one) is simply perfectly suited to create an individualised Bokeh! You simply cut the desired form into the foil, tighten it around the lens and start taking pictures. For this it is best to use a lens with a low aperture value like this one*. Only then the effect becomes attractive.[/I]


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PHOTOGRAPHY GADGET FOR A DREAMY PICTURE LOOK – LOW BUDGET PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS: STOCKINGS

[I]This photography gadget is particularly useful for a dreamy picture look. I am talking about stockings, which you can get at every supermarket checkout for a few euros. The ladies among us probably own this photography gadget already among various panties, bras or a lace body. When you pull a simple stocking in nude or black over the lens you get a wonderfully dreamy picture look that reminds a little of various vintage photos. This photography gadget is surely also suited for taking pictures of beautiful people in little clothing. As I have planned to take a few elegant Boudoir photos anyway, this photo tip is ideal. I am curious what the result will be! Interested models (preferably with experience) for this photo project can write me an email to info@christinakey.com – I am looking forward to your requests![/I]

You can vary the effect by holding the stocking closer or farther away from the lens. It also looks interesting when you rip the stocking a little. This allows you to determine the part of the picture that should get the vintage look.

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Create amazing photo effects with simple household items

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Create amazing photo effects with
simple household items

 

Today I want to show you how to create amazing photo effects – just with simple household items. I’m pretty sure that most of the items we’re using, you already have at home and I am sure that after reading this article you’ll be bubbling over with ideas! At least I hope so!

The great thing about creative jobs is, that you have unlimited possibilities: You can let the imagination run wild and arrange things in a combination, that has never been seen before. Today I want to introduce you to my awesome ideas that will help you pimping up your photos easily, without having to pay through the nose.

For my bokeh fetishists:
A fascinating bokeh with cling film

 

You already know: I’m also in the club of the bokeh fetishists and I love extraordinary bokeh above all. On the following photos you might discover a slight difference of the bokeh: on the left side we can see the „classic“ bokeh with circular dots in the background. On the right, however, the bokeh looks rather „swirly“ in half-moon shape.

Many people still think, that you only get this effect with a specific lens, but I tell you this is nonsense! To get this effect, I just tightened a big piece of cling film in front of my lens. The bokeh varies according to how close you tighten the film at the front of the lens. Looks absolutely great, doesn’t it? This effect works particularly great when shooting portraits, but I think it works for all shooting scenario.

Trauben mit Bokeh
Swirly Bokeh Trauben
Produktfotografie Tipps

Even for food or product shoots the cling film turns out to be an insiders‘ tip: For this setting I crumpled a piece of cling film and held it in front of the lens. Thus you get this wonderful blurry effect, as I like to call it, completely without using Photoshop. This not only saves you time but also it looks better from my point of view. The size oft he bokeh changes according to how strong you crumple the cling film. This household item is my personal favourite when it comes to great photo effects as this film is just super versatile. In summary the effect looks fantastic when used for portraits and gives every photo a super cool and special touch. After using you can just put the film back into the cupboard and next time you’re shooting, you can use it again, so it’s not wasted.

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Tipps für bessere Fotos mit Haushaltsmitteln

The good, old tea strainer for thrilling shadow effects

 

 

This household item might be found in everybody‘s home. The good, old tea strainer is perfect to create thrilling shadow effects, whether for portrait or product shoots. Especially in hard light, e.g. direct sunlight from above or flash light, this item works very well. In soft light the shadow gets too „muddy“, so it doesn’t work well for this scenery.
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Portrait mit Schatten

Again you can vary in the type of usage. When you hold the strainer very close to your lens you get a wonderful analogue look of the image, as you can see on the left picture. Of course: the bigger your strainer the more possibilities and the more „creative area“ you get.

If you want to catch a face with artful shadows like on the picture above you need a bigger strainer.

Blumenstrauß

 For close-up views you do not need a macro objective!

Hush-hush! Please keep the following tip for you! To make a macro shot you do not need a special macro lens necessarily. Just take your objective from your camera and hold it the other way round: you will see that all of a sudden you get really close and that almost in „turning the object“ you get a macro lens.

Sure, to take really sharp pictures you have to concentrate deeply, as there are only little areas that are perfectly sharp. But after a few shots it will work quite well.

Simply bear in mind: practice makes perfection! To sharpen you can just push the object closer or further away from the lens. But please be careful: as your camera is quasi open dust particles can super easily reach the body of your camera and these are the nemesis number 1 of your camera!

 

By the way I recommend you to get a bellows which you can use to clean your camera from dust particles. Nevertheless if dust particles are in your camera just bring it to a professional cleaning service.

In the photo in the right I have used two tricks at once: first the inverted lens and second the tea strainer. Looks super interesting or what do you think about the photograph?
Interessanter Foto Effekt mit Sieb

Baby Hair and dramatic make up

Use vaseline for beautiful gloss effects

In order to create glossy highlights on cheeks or nose bridges, all you need is a little Vaseline. You can buy this beauty product in every drugstore for little money and you can definitely use this for photo shootings as well. I love using this product for beauty shootings an mostly apply it on skin and hair. As you can see on the left picture we applied some Vaseline to the hair to fix them like „baby hair“ to the skin. Additionally the Vaseline was applied to cheeks, the nose bridge and her lips to create the glossy look. With this cosmetic product you can add super easily a beautiful gloss effect – which is an essential component when it comes to beauty photography.
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Saftige Trauben grün

Sexy Portrait Frau im Bikini

Vaseline can also be used to brighten up various food items. But since you no longer can eat the products thereafter, I recommend using sunflower oil as this is harmless unlike Vaseline. Thus the food can still be consumed afterwards and doesn’t have to be thrown away.

If you want to add a fresher look to fruits with the help of water drops, I recommend to rub them with sunflower oil at first. Thus the beautiful water drops will stick better to the object.

Let’s take a look at the photo story with Christina R.: Here, we also used Vaseline on her arms to make the sand stick to her skin. In this way, the grains of sand always remain in position, whether the model is moving or not. Additionally we added highlights on the nose, cheeks and lips with the help of Vaseline. Simply a favourable freshener from the can.

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Warmer flash light with the help of a yellow garbage bag

In order that the flash light is optimally adjusted to the ambient light outside, I like to use a yellow garbage bag. Thus you get – depending on the sunlight irradiation or rather the colour temperature – a warmer light colour. To get this effect, simply grab a piece of the bag and fix it with sticky tape directly on the flash. On the picture below you can see what a beautiful warm light you can create with this simple but ingenious trick!

 

Fotografieren mit Blitz

Schönes Outdoor Portrait Blonde Frau

DIY reflector made of aluminium foil

Many newcomer photographers think that they need the finest equipment to create great photos. I think this is absolute rubbish! At home you have so many items that can be diverted from their intended use to receive extraordinary effects you can’t imagine in your wildest dreams. You can buy reflectors to brighten up shadows and to set highlights starting at 30 Euro. To those, who do not have the possibility to make such investments I recommend the following idea: Take a large piece of aluminium foil and tighten it on a big carton and fix it with some sticky tape. The next time you’re shooting portraits you will see that the aluminium foil creates the same effects the reflector does – but at a much cheaper price. Especially in my early stages I always took my self-made reflector with me an when I saw the result I was thrilled: You get really good results with this DIY-item. You can also use a piece of crumpled aluminium foil as a background. Thus, you get a wonderful bokeh as you can see on the right picture. When creating this effect the most important thing is to crumple the aluminium foil strongly.

When you look at the images with the sunglasses you can see the differences: The picture on the left side was taken without the aluminium foil reflector and the picture on the right side was taken with the self-made reflector. As you can see the shadows decrease significantly and both sides are illuminated equally. The aluminium foil also creates amazing reflections on the glasses.

Even with a simple sheet of white paper or a white cloth you can build yourself a reflector. Especially a white curtain is particularly suitable to shadow locations. Thus, you can self confidently break the rule „never shoot in the midday sun“.
Günstiger Reflektor für bessre Fotos

Bokeh Effekt mit Alufolie

Use a spray bottle to create beautiful water drops & cutting boards used as undergrounds and backgrounds

With a simple spray bottle you can conjure the coolest water drops. Before you start it is important that you prepare the area that you want to spray by rubbing on some oil. In this way you create a repellent surface so that the water droplets stick beautifully.

This trick can be used both for sports, potrait and fashion shootings as well as for the food photography.

If you have nice cutting boards at home I recommend you divert them from their intended use and take them as a underground or background. Furthermore you can take a wax tablecloth or the laminate floor as a photographic background.

All these items can be bought for peanuts and you can easily store them space-saving after using them. Basically you can just lay your hands on every item you can find. There are no limits to your creativity. Well, but hands off your lovely pet!

White cloth as a shading and brightening tool as well as to create fascinating blurry effects

With a simple, white curtain you can build beautiful blurry effects in your photographs. For example we took a piece of white curtain and held it in front of the lens to create a blurry effect as you can see on the portrait below on the left. As already mentioned above you can use the white cloth also as a background, underground or as a brightener. If you have a lace curtain you can use this to create beautiful shadow plays. To do this you need harsh sunlight or flash light so that an artful shadow of the laces‘ pattern appears, for example on the face of your model.
Portrait Christina Key mit roten Haaren

Vorhänge für weiches Licht
Create cool bokeh effects with self-made patterns

Now that you know that I’m in the club of the bokeh fetishists you might not be surprised when I’m telling you that I simply love extraordinary bokehs! Especially the heart shape appeals to me. To get this cool bokeh effect it takes no more than a piece of paper, scissors and some sticky tape. Simply cut the shape in the paper that your bokeh shall have. I chose a tacky, small heart. Then you form the paper to a kind of lens cap and place the surface with the heart directly in front of the lens. Make sure that around the „cap“ no light falls into the objective, otherwise the effect will not work. You can make a sort of shading around your self-made lens cap with the shape of your choice. To arrange this just stick a 3 cm wide piece around the area of your bokeh effect pattern.

 

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Laundry rack for creative blurriness

 

 

A laundry rack is perfectly suitable to make creative blurry effects. This household item creates especially cool effects when you use it to divide the image. Thus you can take the golden ratio literally and divide the image visibly into sections. But also for portraits you can divert this item from its intended use. Also you can use the laundry rack as stand, for example to hold the self-made reflector. Covered with a white cloth the laundry rack turns out to be a helpful assistant. For example you can put the laundry rack outside in the midday sund and shoot beautiful portraits. This might sound a bit strange at the beginning, but this this is an absolute brilliant trick!

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Artful shadow effects with jalousies, plants
and lace curtains

 

 

 

The hint that you can misuse your lace curtain to create beautiful shadow effects I already mentioned in the chaptor above. But basically you can use any kind of curtain or shading artistically. Thus I simply pulled down my shutters to receive this circular highlights in my self-portrait on the right. When I made the portrait of my sister that you can see on the left I decided to take a big plant as a shading item to shield the midday sun. In general, plants can be perfectly used to create beautiful blurry effects. Especially when you use tropical plants. These often have a very special form and in my opinion they conjure the most beautiful shadows ever.

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How did you like my article?

Let me know, if you could take the one or the other idea for your hobby!

XX, Christina Key ♥

 

 

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