and Its Best Mate The Triggertrap
Are those British school children taking photos by simply yelling spells at their cameras? Is that…?
Yup! The latest craze at Photojojo!
We’re sportin’ the British bookbag inspired Cambridge Camera Bag. It’s stylish and comfortable. Featuring extra soft padding (even on the top!) to keep your camera snug, and ultra-lightweight materials that won’t weigh you down.
We’re also using the Triggertrap. It turns your phone, pad, or pod into an intelligent remote trigger for your camera. Use an app to fire your shutter with voice/motion/face detection! Set custom HDR settings, time-lapses, distance-lapses and much more.
Published on July 22, 2013 — See more Buy This
It’s summer! Time to make some photos with a little help from your pal, Mr. Sunshine!
The bright summer sun can lead to backlighting and harsh shadows, ick.
But, with a little help from the Pocket Reflector you can bounce Sunster’s rays onto your subject for bright even lighting.
Then grab the Inkodye Photo Fabric Dye Kit and paint sun-sensitive dye onto fabric. Expose it in the sun under a photo negative or object (lace! leaves!) for brilliant blue prints.
Now that’s solar power!
Published on July 8, 2013 — See more Buy This
Move Photos Onto Your Phone, Wire Free!
Your camera is going to love this. It finally has its own way to play with that smartphone it sees you tapping on all day.
The new Eye-Fi Mobi SD Card gives your camera a wifi connection to your phone. Simply stick it in your camera to automatically send your photos to your phone, as you shoot!
The newest card from our pals at Eye-Fi is optimized to work with mobile devices. The set up process is simpler than ever, under 10 seconds on any iOS or Android tablet or phone.
Combine your DSLR’s best features (high quality optics and complete photo taking control) with your phone’s easy to use go-anywhere super duper editing skillz and sharing powers.
Your camera and your phone just became BBFL (best buds for life).
Published on June 25, 2013 — See more Buy This
35mm film -> Digitized in a Snap
If you love 35mm, all your best memories are captured on film! And they’re just kinda stuck there. Until now…
Thanks to The Smartphone Film Scanner. It lets you use your everyday cell phone to scan your old 35mm negatives and bring them into the digital world for sharing on Instagram, Facebook whatever.
Its snug mount adjusts to fit any smartphone, even with a case on. Just slip your film in through the bottom, turn on the backlight and snap a pic on your phone.
Lomography’s free app (for Android and iPhone) turns your negative to a positive. You can also adjust the color and set the exposure before you capture the image on your phone.
Now that you’ve got your film photo on your digital phone you can upload straight to the Internets in no seconds flat! Blammo!
Published on June 11, 2013 — See more Buy This
Wirelessly w/ your Phone!
The right light can go a long way. A wirelessly controlled, fully customizable light will take you even farther!
Meet The Kick: it’s like a full blown lighting studio, but tiny enough to tote anywhere.
The Kick is an LED light panel that you control through an app on your phone. Change the color, shade and brightness with just a few taps. It can even mimic the light from any photo or video already on your camera roll.
You can use it off camera or slide it onto the back of your phone. It has a tripod mount for hands-free lighting.
The precise controls let you use it as a subtle fill light, a white balancing light, or start a disco tech in your living room. This little guy does it all!
Published on May 31, 2013 — See more Buy This
and His Light Perfecting Pals
You’ve got the Camera and the Action — now, about those Lights.
We’ve rounded up our favorite easy to use lighting gadgets. And we’ve even added a new one … The Deluxe Pop-Up Flash Bounce that bounces light from any angle.
Grab up these gizmos and give your photos pro-quality lighting, just the special sparkle you’ve been looking for.
Published on May 23, 2013 — See more Buy This
Elephants, body pillows, King sized candy. We’re huge fans of big things.
We’ve taken to photoing with our iPad because we can’t get enough of that super-sized viewfinder.
So when we peeped iPad Telephoto Lenses that super-size the telephoto power of your iPad, we had to have ‘em.
Round up the right iPadcessories and take full advantage of that big beautiful viewfinder/photo viewer/your iPad.
Published on April 22, 2013 — See more Buy This
Photo Survival Gear
It’s a jungle out there!
…and it’s a very pretty jungle so you’re going to want to take some photos.
Don’t forget to pack the Crankerator, an on-the-go back up battery you can charge by cranking the handle. The jungle doesn’t have outlets, but you have two arms that are ready to crank.
Also grab an iFlash Drive, the infinately handy iPhone/Pad/Pod and USB compatible thumb drive. Be ready to show a jungle cat your portfolio or clear space on your camera roll.
Oh, and bring insect repellant, the jungle is full of spiders.
Published on April 15, 2013 — See more Buy This
is Here to Party!
We’re sporting the partiest camera strap for the most partyful break of the year. Spring Break!
The Spring Break Camera Strap adds a pop of color to your Spring break attire, features extra comfy neoprene padding and quick release snaps.
Look good, keep your camera close and keep both hands free for high fives. High ten! It doesn’t get much more party than that.
Published on April 2, 2013 — See more Buy This
With The Pocket Spotlight
We have seen the light! …and now we carry it around with us to light our photos.
It’s called The Pocket Spotlight, and it’s a portable panel of LEDs perfect for adding diffused light to dark situations.
Since it’s a constant light (and not some fleeting flash) you can take your time directing the light in just the right angle and setting the perfect exposure.
It comes with a headphone jack mount and a hot shoe mount, and if you’re not into mounting, you can just hold it in your hot little hand.
Published on March 25, 2013 — See more Buy This
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