Step 1: Materials
1 tube of Mighty Putty"
Skylight or UV Filter (My target is 58mm which is a common Canon size)
(You can use a busted filter if you take the glass out but you will run into dust problems)
subjects (bugs, flowers, food, etc)
Lens that matches the filter size
(I recommend an older lens because the rear element will be exposed)
Canned air for cleaning area and all parts
Step 2: Center of Being
Step 3: Knead!
Step 4: Billy Would Be Proud!
Wrap it around the filter/t-mount and break off the excess.
Press it around both of them to get it nice and tight.
Make sure there isn't any on the bottom part that connects to the camera because that will be flush on the mount. You also need to leave a little room for your lens to thread on. If your lens is broken like mine you can just put the lens on and permanently affix it.
Step 5: Hurry Up and Wait!
so watch this