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DIY Camera Filter Collab


So if you have been a Little Einstein from the beginning you might remember the two cringe worthy collabs that I did with my cousin, Penny, who used to be Daughter of the King but is now Faith Has Made two years ago. Last year I wasn't able to go to her house due to surgery but I did this year and we are back with another collab! We kinda had to improvise with what we had around her house because we weren't able to go to the store to get things but this year's collab is pretty cool. So we are both really into photography and we thought it would be fun to do a photography collab; my post is a DIY camera filter and her post is a DIY camera strap.

The supplies you will need are:

  • Saran wrap
  • rubber bands
  • markers
  • scissors
  • camera
  • lens cap


Cut a square piece of Saran wrap that is bigger than your lens
The first step once you have cut the Saran wrap is to trace around your lens cap with a marker on the Saran wrap


It should look something like this 

I wish I could rotate this picture but the next step is to color in the circle with a marker that won't rub off
Then place the filter over your lens and secure it with a rubber band

 I made a few different filters
 Here is what the red filter 
 The purple filter looks like
 The green filter
And the blue filter

Make sure you check out Penny's post on Faith Has Made!

Luv Ya! ❤️
Pink Einstein

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