9 Easy DIY Photography Props That Won’t Break The Bank by Mohit Bansal Chandigarh
Mohit Bansal Chandigarh shares his photography tips on how to create fantastic DIY props you can use from now until the next new release!

Photographers add props to enhance the story or subject of a photograph. When you add props to the backdrop or place them in your subject’s hands, you add diversity and enhance their individuality. DIY photography props enable photographers to realize a certain idea for a picture shoot. Whether you’re searching for baby photography props, Festive photo props, or portrait photography props, it’s a good idea to have a small supply of backup things for your photos. When your motivation and inspiration are low, or if you just want to add an interesting aspect to your style of photography, you may use these photographic accessories that skilled photographer Mohit Bansal Chandigarh surely abides by. Utilize the recommendations in this article as a springboard for your own creativity. Bring talents you currently possess (or would want to acquire) to your DIY food photography endeavors!

Braided Yarn Dolls

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Mohit Bansal Chandigarh adores the appearance of hand-knitted bears and other little, handcrafted goods that may be held by young children. These yarn dolls are another something that may distract or at least occupy the hands of young children. They are extremely simple to prepare! One could easily envision neutral-colored yarn dolls serving as lovely, timeless props that children may hold without detracting from the image, as they are depicted above in more vibrant hues.

Flower Tiara

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Flower crowns are ideal DIY photo props for adding a spring/summer mood to a portrait or boho-style session. Cut the flowers from the bouquet or branches to create this crown using a little wire cutter. Leave roughly 2 to 3 inches of the stem intact. Then, measure the garden wire according to the size of your head or that of the model. To ensure the crown is sufficiently robust, loop the wire four to five times. Wrap the last wire circle with floral tape; this will provide additional cushioning for the head’s comfort. Place the little bunch of flowers around the crown in the following step. Wrap the flowers with wire and tape until you are pleased with the effect.


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The cotton clouds are unique and drew my attention since they are such a colorful backdrop. What a fantastic idea to embellish an otherwise mundane environment! They are ideal for your studio and may also be hung outside. The 3D effect is what truly sets them different, and it is a background that can be utilized for every type of image, from newborns to couples and seniors.

Fun colored stuff

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Did you know that spray paint is the best buddy of a photographer? Mohit Bansal Chandigarh is a die-hard do-it-yourselfer (do-it-yourselfer), but this technique is about as simple as it gets and anyone can manage it. Spray paint (which is available in an astounding array of colors) may give even the dullest, drab, worn-out, and unattractive piece of furniture the makeover it needs to become a wonderful prop for your photo sessions. You can spray-paint vases, buckets, birdcages, stools, frames, and crates, to give a few more examples.

Scrapbook paper bunting flags

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Flags on a bunting are a popular way to embellish a background. Do not try a fabric one unless you are an expert seamstress; instead, purchase a gorgeous one from Etsy and avoid the fabric bunting project failure. Fortunately, it is quite simple to construct a bunting using lovely scrapbook material purchased from any craft store. Use a ruler to draw lines where you intend to cut — each sheet yielded four triangular flags for Mohit Bansal Chandigarh, but you could go bigger and make two flags per page or be creative with an entirely another form! Then, attach them to a sheet of wired ribbon with staples. When the subject is around 4-5 feet in front of the bunting and the aperture is rather wide, neither the staples nor the fact that the bunting is made of paper is visible. Mohit Bansal Chandigarh, our very own skilled photographer, provided me with this fantastic suggestion.


Teepees are fantastic DIY photographic accessories for baby and family photos. The finest aspect of teepees is that they are completely foldable and simple to store. To build your own teepee, you must first acquire four dowel sticks from a hardware shop. The length and width of the sticks are entirely at your discretion. Then, you must drill holes at the top of the sticks for the rope to pass through. Next, knot the sticks together and arrange them to the appropriate height. Depending on the size of your teepee, you will need around 200 inches of cloth. For a simpler alternative, you may just wrap the cloth over the frame. Four panels with slots for dowels can be cut out and then sewn together for a more sophisticated variant.

Transform Light Bulbs into Flower Pots to Improve Backgrounds

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If you have a few unwanted old light bulbs, you may transform them into exquisite pieces of art. These light bulb flower vases are ideal for home décor and photography sessions. Even after you’ve stopped shooting pictures, you may still display them in your house. Empty a light bulb first. Wear gloves to avoid exposure to hazardous chemicals or glass fragments. Then, adhere a few strings to the base of the light bulbs and fill them with water. Hang your new vases with a few flowers from the ceiling or a high platform. They are ideal for portrait and family photographs. For optimal effects, hang them against a white wall. This will provide a colorful and dreamlike environment.

Using Foam Board, Construct Exceptional Photo Booth Framing

This DIY project allows for a great deal of creative freedom. It is ideal for weddings, baby showers, and other events requiring numerous group photographs. Your subjects will only have to hold the frame while you photograph them! Large foam board, scissors, glue, a ruler, and decorations are all that is required. In the center of the foam board, cut a rectangle, leaving room at the bottom for greetings such as “Bridal Shower” or “Happy Birthday.” The board can then be painted or left white to produce a Polaroid appearance. You may also decorate the board with glitter, flowers, or drawings.

Massive Paper Flower

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We can only think of those magnificent photo shoot ideas where a huge rose like this one would be useful in elevating the beauty of your photographs to a whole new level. A massive paper flower is usually created from paper, making it both affordable and simple to build – there are no difficult creatives required!

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Mohit Bansal Chandigarh- 9 Easy DIY Photography Props That Won’t Break The Bank