Flash-Photography Ruiner

Introduction: Flash-Photography Ruiner

Are you Miley Cyrus's bodyguard and are sick of appearing in tabloids?  Do you work at a frequently photographed attraction and do not want to inadvertently appear in any more vacation photos?  Are you having an affair?

If you want to avoid being documented in flash-photography situations follow this tutorial to make light-reflective glasses that appear normal in real-life environments but will ruin every flash-photography situation you do not consent to be in.

Step 1: All the Ingredients


Production of these light-reflective glasses is quite simple all you will need is a pair of glasses and clear light-reflective paint or spray paint(this can be purchased at paint stores or online). 

Step 2: Test the Material

In order to make sure the spray paint or paint you've purchased goes on clear and does not ruin your pair of glasses, test your paint on material other then your glasses and wait for it to dry.  

Step 3: Get to It!

If the paint went on clear, now apply it to your glasses.  If you would like it just on the lenses or just on the frame, tape off the desired area.

Step 4: Go Photobombing!

You can now walk around at night time without fear of showing up in press photos, you celebrity, you.

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    5 Discussions

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    bfarm
    bfarm

    7 years ago on Introduction

    How well would this work on license plates?

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    audioadvisory38
    audioadvisory38

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    probably well enough to get pulled over by patrol officers first, has me thinking.

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    doodlecraft
    doodlecraft

    7 years ago on Introduction

    I love these headlight glasses! Perfect accessory! Great post, loved the intro!

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    ibwebb
    ibwebb

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Can you paint this over prescription glasses?