The Brit & Co. Blog Shows How to Take Creative Shots

By: Sarah Nazim - Published: Jul 11, 2012 • References: facebook &
Brit Morin from the Brit & Co. blog shows how to jazz up your picture-taking skills. With the Instagram obsession in full swing, and photo sharing being all the rage, Morin demonstrates some hands-on filtering techniques that you can use that are bound to create great effects.

All you need is a camera or camera-phone, and some items that you have laying around the house. For example, you can use buttons, doiley's, hair spray caps, water bottles, cookie cutters and you can even do a split shot with a hair clip. Instead of using fancy filters, you can easily create them yourself. Of course, one can always experiment with different objects and see what the outcome will be. This super easy project from the Brit & Co. blog is a fun activity to do on your own or in a group of friends. Stats for DIY Camera Filters Trending: Older & Warm
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