I'm sorry if this is an old concept to you guys, but tonight I just discovered the mesmerizing joys of paper filters for photography! Oh, how can I describe it? Pictures! Yes! So if you do this, You get this. And this. And this. These are unmodified and straight out of the camera. Take a look at my gallery to get more of the story and see some trippy stuff! Who here has heard of this technique already? Why haven't I seen it in my years of shooting? This is fun! It's very challenging to get any focus at all, especially with a focusing screen(Ironically), because I guess it was not meant to function with a giant opaque thing over the lens. Doing this also stops the light waaaay down(of course) and it gives a very strong tint of whatever colour paper you're using(of course). It also drastically reduces the resolution of your lens(Nothing is quite sharp except the custom-bokeh itself). It's quite a lot of work to get any good shots out of it, but it's really neat.