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7 DIY photography tips using household objects

Photographer Markus Berger presents a photography tutorial with tricks and tips for using household objects to improve your camera skills!

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CREDITS:
Producer: Ulrich Grill, zooom productions (http://www.zooom.at)
Photographer: Markus Berger
Model: Andrea Schernthaner
Cinematography & Editing: Andrea Schernthaner

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