Image via Wolfeye You probably have tons of glasses in your kitchen cabinets, so give them another use by grabbing one and trying it out as a lens filter for a cool effect.
Image via COOPH Use your sunglasses for a quick lens filter. Just hold them up to your lens and start shooting!
Image via COOPH You can try macrophotography by attaching an empty toilet paper roll to your lens and camera. Super simple with great results.
Image via DIY How To Another use for your morning cup of joe. Just reuse the coffee sleeve from your cup to create a quick lens hood.
Image via Maciekpp These instructions will teach you how to DIY your own tilt lens, so you can work with tilt-lens photography to capture some awesome pictures.
Image via Petapixel Another trick for easily exploring the world of macrophotography, and you probably have all of the materials you need already. Just grab some plastic cups from the kitchen, and tape one to your lens. This also works as a way to add soft light to your subject.
Image via DHMakerBus This hack is pretty easy, and will allow for macrophotography on your phone. All you need is an old laser pointer, a hairpin, and some tape. Just grab the focusing lens out of the laser pointer, use the hairpin to hold the lens, and attach it with tape.
Image via My23skidoo This DIY hack is easy and tons of fun. All you need is paper, scissors, plastic and string. Simply cut out the plastic shape and get creative by adding a design with markers.
Image via Lifehacker Avoid the annoying problem of your camera lens moving due to gravity by using a wristband to prevent zoom creep.
Image via DIY Photography Another simple way to store your lenses safely and efficiently, just use pantry shelves. This is great if you have a lot to store and you’re trying to save space!