Image via Petapixel Using cylindrical items to shoot through can force a different perspective and has some seriously unique outcomes. By using a plant pot and dirt, this example makes it seem as if the photo was taken from the hole being dug.
Image via Hungry Panda Use a mirror with your model to create a unique shot. Just find an interesting scene for the mirror to reflect and snap your pictures.
Image via SLR Lounge All you need for this trick is a spray bottle and some water. Spray a bit of water into your shot, and let the light do the rest.
Image via Bored Panda Have your model, or an extra person, hold a hairdryer out of the shot to DIY the blown out hair look.
Image via Bored Panda Use lace over your subject and camera to add a simple dreamy effect with interesting shadows.
Image via Expert Photography Use a window for portrait photography if you want softer light and possibly some texture from reflections!
Image via Expert Photography Grab some of your holiday tinsel and hold it up to your camera lens to reflect the light for some really cool effects.
Image via Nicolesy Blog This trick is great for any foodie or product photographer. Easily add steam to your pictures by using a simple steamer that’s out of the shot.
Image via COOPH Sparklers are an easy prop to add cool effects to your photos. This trick shows you how to create a “ring of fire” using sparklers, which gives the effect of fire without the danger.
Image via Expert Photography Bounce your flash with this cheap DIY bounce wall. This hack is great for creating soft light to your photos.