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Page Markers Can Give Your Photos a ‘Light Leak' Look

3 monthes ago   |   By Peta Pixel

Here's a neat little trick for getting creative with your photos in-camera: placing colorful page markers right in front of your lens can produce a “light leak” look reminiscent of plastic toy cameras.
Page markers are colored transparent plastic tabs that you can stick inside books to mark specific pages and sections to revisit later. You can get over 1,000 of them for less than $10 , though for this trick you only need a handful of different colors depending on what look you're going for.
It's a “quick camera hack,” writes Dublin based photographer Maciej Paweł Pietuszyński , who shared...
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