Photographers can spend hours talking about their working tools—cameras, lenses, and lighting. But each one of us, I bet, have favorite tools of another sort, objects that stay in shadows and are rarely mentioned. One never leaves home without a pair of tweezers, another always carries a handmade filter, and a third can’t imagine shooting without a garden pruner.
Here are five things I use quite often that make life a little (or a lot) easier for me. Maybe they will prove themselves useful for you too!
1. Hot Glue Gun
This one really comes in handy where double sided tape cannot cope. Granted, the glue gun has its flaws, but it can handle a couple of cups, a tower of sugar cubes, lemon slices and, with some help of transparent (and retouched) supports, a stack of cups, plates, and silverware.
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