Get a bulb
Now what on earth can a bulb do? It can act as your tripod. No I’m not medically insane. It actually does. Take the lampshade off and tie the camera to the lampshade holder. Trust me the party pictures look awesome and you are the new Micheal Kenna.
Get a PEZ on the hot shoe
Trust me the kid will just fail to look away. He has all his attention drawn on the PEZ dispenser put up on the camera’s hot shoe.Get some candies too. Incredible genius is what accomplishes will call you later.
Flashing day and night
If you are an outdoor photographer, the same kind of lighting is sure to get you bored. A wedding or an engagement is where the lighting can never be forced upon. The trick to changing the lighting is to the flash at maximum power. The subject will turn out to be extremely bright.
Likewise, in case you need it out to darken all the way, the background can be turned to night just by changing the focus of the subject to expose on your camera settings. There you go, Night in the middle of broad daylight.
Take the lens off
Take the lens off and hold it in front of your camera t makes it function like a macro lens. This is one of the neatest tricks to get the exact that works as if it is a charm.
Make a bokeh out of cardboard
Make a bokeh of any kind, and hold it over the lens. But the aperture has to be very large if you are using this kind of a bokeh. The bokeh is simply to be made by cutting out a cardboard to a shape, and then sharpening it by a knife. The shape should be large enough to accommodate a nickel.