Well, technically, we have just one grand prize winner: @camdenwalker won $200 in gear rental and gizmos!
But, we looooved seeing all your contest entries, and your big photo plans. You had so many great ideas, that we’ve decided to do what we can to turn all these dreams into reality.
We can’t giveaway everything (our accountants said no. boooo) but we can offer discounts! Use the code FALL for 20% off gear rental at KitSplit, and/or use the code DreamBig for $10 off any Photojojo order over $25.
Now, to really get your creative juices flowing, click on through for ten of our favorite photography ideas entered into the #KitJojoGiveaway.
We’re ‘bout to get you all geared up for photo-snapping funmazement.
We’ve teamed up with KitSplit for a great giveaway! (We’re kinda mad we can’t win ourselves).
Win $100 in Photojojo gizmos and $100 in gear rental from KitSplit.
What’s a KitSplit? We’re glad you asked. Read along for complete giveaway rules and a formal introduction to our pals, the KitSplitters.
Everyone knows that our warehouse has a tiny dino infestation problem.
Those little critters have a habit of crawling into boxes before we ship them out and we love to see where they end up.
This week, post a photo of your #photojojodino and we’ll pick our favorite to win a $100 Photojojo Gift Card and three $50 runners-up. Winner’s chosen 8/31.
Get your photos off of your phone and under a drink!
Turn your photos into Photo Coasters to show off your photography skills, crafting skills and ring-free coffee table.
These coasters are simple to make, fully functional, totally waterproof and super-dee-duper gifty.
Plus, they’re a heck of a lot safer than setting a hot coffee mug on your phone.
Woah.m.g. They did it.
After restoring an old Polaroid factory and bringing back instant film for Polaroid cameras … Impossible Project has made the first new camera for the original instant format in 20 years!
All the good ol’ fun of old Polaroid cams, with new creative features like double exposures, light painting mode, full manual control and more.
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It’s time to take your photography to new heights, cuz we’re giving away a drone!
Yup, a Phantom 2 Vision+ Drone with a built-in 14MP, HD, wide-angle camera.
We’ve got five ways to enter. So, enter! Five times.
Whenever we scroll up on an Instagram from @itha_mar, we *marvel* at her amazing knack for snapping super close-up macros, of Mother Nature’s handy work.
She’s no professional with a fancy bunch of gear, and specially trained bugs that stay extra still.
Ithalu shoots mostly with her phone. A phone! Just like that one you’ve got right there.
So, we caught up with her to find out all her secrets (in hopes of mastering bug-ography ourselves).
What did the camera gear say when it found itself in a pot of soup, again?
We’re back in stock!
A few of our favorite goodies are back in action in the Photojojo Shop. Grab ‘em while we’ve got ‘em!
Call it a quarter-life crisis … our Engineer Prints moved and got a makeover.
Our giant Engineer Prints have left the Photojojo site, but we’re still printing them over at Parabo Press!
In addition to the Parabo app, you can now order them right from the Parabo Press website where you can upload files up to 20MB (that’s biiig).
Take $10 off your order with the coupon EPS10.
Plus, they’re now available in FULL COLOR!
In 2008, just moments before the Boston Celtics defeated the Lakers to win the NBA Championship, Brian Babineau spotted Celtics All-Star Paul Pierce approaching Coach Doc Rivers with a cooler full of Gatorade.
Instinctively, he got up, backed off, lifted his camera and pressed the shutter.
The iconic shot of Rivers under a deluge of orange electrolytes is one that basketball fans will look back on years from now and treasure.
But today is just a regular day for the Celtics team photographer more commonly known as “Babs.” Read along as we follow Babineau for the day at a Celtics home game against the Utah Jazz and learn what it takes to be Boston’s go-to pro-sports photographer.