Change your lenses!
Any glasses will do but cheaper plastic frames will make things easier
01 Pop out the lenses
Cheap sunglasses are usually flexible, and the lenses will simply pop out of if you bend the frame enough. Grip the edges of the lens between the forefingers and thumbs of both hands, bend the frame in an arc and push out the lens with the tips of your thumbs.
02 Hold and shoot
To take a picture, just hold the lens over your camera lens. You should find the camera can still focus perfectly well and you shouldn’t need to make any exposure adjustments. Set the White Balance to Direct Sunlight to stop it trying to ‘correct’ the colours.
03 Crafty close-ups
We also bought these cheap +3.5 diopter reading glasses. The lenses need more careful positioning than the sunglasses lenses because they’re quite narrow, but they make perfect close-up lenses. The quality isn’t great, though that’s part of the charm!