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If you’re an Instagram junkie, love following photographers, exploring hashtags and photos in your area, or just have lots of friends or followers on the service, Photoflow for Mac might be worth its price tag for you. You get most the features of the mobile apps or web site, and some additional ones you may not be expecting.
You’ve spent your fortunes on a high-quality camera, great lenses and a sturdy tripod… so what do you do when your finances fall short for the little things? Fortunately, Kai from DigitalRev has some suggestions on how to shore up your photo-shooting arsenal for free. Well, almost free.
Simple and modern end tables add a touch of high design to any room. You can build these end tables that replicate a zebrawood finish with 3/4 plywood and veneer.
Panoramic photos can truly capture the beauty of the world’s breathtaking landscapes, but not every camera can do them very well on their own (or at all). This custom camera rig sits on top of a normal tripod and allows a normal point and shoot camera to create amazing panoramas automatically.
Timelapse photography is great, and it’s certainly something we’ve seen DIY solutions for before. Over on Make, they show off another way to do it, using an Arduino.
Sandpaper isn’t cheap. Here’s a way to prolong its use as well as recycle your worn out shoes.