Tilt-shift: A DIY guideHave you ever wondered how tilt-shift miniature photography works and why it looks so strangely convincing? Have you ever wanted to have a tilt-shift lens but couldn't afford the hundreds of dollars needed to buy one? Have you ever wanted to take real tilt-shift photos? Then this short introduction to tilt-shift photography and DIY tilt-shift lens building is for you.
The fisheye tin camA DIY fisheye lens made from a soda can and a door peephole! It's ludicrously fun to shoot with.
A cheap, easy-to-build adapter to attach SLR lenses to camera phones.
HD Time-lapse with linux and and SLRhttp://cow.mooh.org/2009/01/low-cost-hd-time-lapse-photography.html
Here I my approach to HD time-lapse photography using a cheap netbook, linux and a DSLR.
DIY ring flashhttp://cow.mooh.org/2009/01/el-cheapo-diy-ringflash-that-uses.html
A DIY project that attempts to build a ringflash using the inbuilt flash on a DSLR.
How to make a DIY papercaft big head mask. http://cow.mooh.org/paper
A collection of paper models generated from various FPS games.
A DIY tilt-shift lens made using a plunger and a medium format lens.
Second revision of plungercam 1, this time optimised for use in time-lapse photography.