Tripod - If you don’t already have one, get one now. A tripod is a great way to cheaply and easily cut down on image blur caused by camera shake. We also find it to be a great opportunity to improve your compositional skills.
Phone Mount - If you don’t own a DSLR or Mirrorless camera, you can still improve your photography skills using your smartphone, and this accessory is a great way to achieve this goal.
Portable Studio Lighting Kit - If you are stuck indoors the major obstacle you have to overcome in your photography is the lack of light and this item is a great way to combat that.
Remote Control - The ability to fire your camera from a distance, means you won’t bump it at all, which is really important during longer exposures. Another reason we love remote controls for home photography is it lets you get amongst the family and be involved in the photos, rather than only existing behind the lens.
Macro Lens - As many of the subjects you will be photographing at home are right under your nose, it is a perfect time to take up Macro photography. Macro lenses can focus on objects that are very close, and provide a life-size representation of these subjects.