We present photometric observations of the newly-discovered transiting exoplanets HAT-P-54b and WASP-153b with the Rozhen 2 m telescope. As a result we improved their periods. The modeling of the new transits led to almost identical values of orbital inclinations and stellar radii to the first published values while the planet radii were slightly different: that of HAT-P-54b was bigger and that of WASP-153b was smaller. The more bloated nature of WASP-153b is a result of its considerable close orbit and high stellar temperature. Our calculation of the WASP-153 distance is very close to that measured by GAIA. The best fits of the newly-observed transits of HAT-P-54b and WASP-153b correspond to quadratic limb-darkening law of their host stars whose coefficients were determined. Our results confirmed the hot Jupiter nature of the two targets.