You tried running your DSLR photos through phone apps.
But the details got lost, and you were left with a tiny photo!
Cole Rise’s Litely might just have made the perfect preset actions for your digital photos. And it’s no wonder, have you seen Cole’s photos?
Each set comes with twelve presets that gracefully adjust the color and tone of your photos with a look reminiscent of film.
But what makes these so different from all the other presets out there?
They’re impressively subtle and keep the skin tones of your subjects looking natural, all without washing out the detail. Plus, they’re pretty as heck!
The best part is they were each made to work with nearly any kind of lighting. So you can use use them whether you shoot outside, in low light, or in a studio.
We might just call Cole Goldilocks ’cause these presets are just right.
You can check the presets out in action at Lite.ly’s blog. They’re available Photoshop, Lightroom, Aperture, or Adobe Camera Raw.
Your iPhone can be a bit of a scaredy-cat. It just can’t seem to get up the courage to join you on your kayaking expeditions! Until now…
The Optrix iPhone Adventure Suit will give your iPhone 5 the boldness it needs to transform into a go-anywhere action cam.
In this suit your iPhone will be able to withstand a 15 foot drop and snap photos safely, 15 feet underwater. It even has a built-in wide-angle lens, so your now-courageous cam can capture more of the action than ever before.
Combine it with the Super Sucker to give it an extra boost of bravery. This mount uses industrial strength suction to hold onto a car, kayak, surfboard, just about anything!
“Ha ha ha!” What’s that? Oh, just your phone laughing at danger.
Published on March 11, 2013 — See more Buy This
You, your smartphone and your DSLR are about to become the very best of friends. Like one teeny tiny gang.
It’s all thanks to the Look Lock,
When your camera and phone join forces you can really grab your subject’s attention, make a video of your photoshoot, or even set up a teleprompter.
Who needs an assistant when these pals have got your back?
Published on February 25, 2013 — See more Buy This
Give your camera-phone super powers!
Your phonecam can now see through windows that were once obscured by glare, place clouds into a once washed out sky, climb the highest mountain with the greatest of ease!
How, you ask? It’s as simple as using a Polaizing Clip On Filter. The same filter used by pros on their dSLRs to reduce glare and make colors pop is now available for your camera phone.
(Oh, and for that last part, you’re going to have to get good at hiking, and remember to put your phone in your pocket while you do it).
Published on February 18, 2013 — See more Buy This
We started as a newsletter, then we opened a store, then we wrote a book…
Now we’re a school!
Welcome to Phoneography 101, photography fundamentals for people who love taking photos with their phone.
No homework, no class, just a basket of kittens and a series of bite-sized lessons delivered to your inbox. Learn the basic principles of photography in the funnest four weeks ever.
For a limited time it’s just FIVE BUX. (BONUS: Get a FREE $5 Photojojo Gift Card when you finish the class!)
Everybody be cool! No iPads have been harmed.
We’re just excited that the iPad SD Card Reader now comes with a Lightning connector for the new iPad (formerly known as the iPad 4) and iPad Mini.
Get a look at your SD card photos on a nice, big screen quickly and easily. The Reader’s smaller than a pack of gum, and plugs in without any messy cables!
Published on January 28, 2013 — See more Buy This
It’s Unofficial Analog Photography Appreciation week, everybody!
The iPhone Viewfinder puts an eyepiece on your phone’s screen with a handy suction pad. Get up close and personal with your phone and block out distractions and screen glare!
The Instax Mini 8 lets you get retro modern with instant prints and improved controls. Plus, it goes with all your best outfits.
Click through to check them out in the Photojojo Shop.
Published on January 22, 2013 — See more Buy This
Every photographer knows dinner tastes better once you’ve instagrammed it.
Our more culinarily inclined friends have told us that salt and pepper can also improve most meals.
So we all just flipped our lids when we found these salt and pepper shakers that look like film rolls!
Bring your love of food-ography to the dinner table and make sure your fries are properly spiced, at the same time.
Published on January 8, 2013 — See more Buy This
So you’re 90% sure you’re getting an iPhone 5 this year.
Maybe it’s the wishlist you e-mailed out to your family or all the circled photos of iPhone 5s you left around the house.
Now that you’re going to have that fancy camera, new A6 processor and all, you’re going to want to build up your iPhoneography camera bag.
Think of it as an arsenal of photo tools that’ll help you take full advantage of the camera you’ll use the most!
p.s. Spend at least $50 in the shop today and we’ll throw in a surprise with your order. It could be anything from Magnetic Photo Rope to our Wide/Macro Phone Lenses!
Your camera’s just as badass as you are in the kitchen.
With your sleeves rolled up, you can both take on a little batter, and you can both definitely take on some cocoa dusted Belgian chocolate anything.
With this mid-holiday season insanity, there’s nothing that sounds better than taking a little break from it all with your camera in one hand and a spatula in the other (okay, maybe not at the same time).
Here’s a little roundup on tips for shooting in the kitchen, camera gadgets for better photos, and an extra-special section down ‘low on edible photographs and cameras. Yep, you heard us.
Photos and cameras you can eat. Go. read. now. ↓
1. Tips for Taking Better Food Photos:
Your two main perpetrators are 1) not having enough light and 2) having the wrong white balance.
To combat the the low light issue:
To combat the white balance issue, try these white balance settings:
Onward! Here are a few guides full of really handy tips for shooting in the kitchen and hey, even at the table.
2. Gadgets for Better Food Photos:
There might be a couple reasons why you have a camera in the kitchen. Y’know, besides proving to everyone that you look really good in an apron.
It might be to document the process (maybe you have a blog!) or you’re simply a foodie that appreciates what goes into making something that looks as good as it tastes.
These gadgets are not only the extra hand you’ll need if you’re playing with flour, kneading dough, or whisking eggs, but they’ll help you get better shots, too!
3. Blogs & Photographers That’ll Inspire You:
You’ll love these guys if you don’t already.
4. Camera Geek Wares for Your Kitchen:
Your kitchen’s the one room in your house that’s missing that photo geekery you’re so well-known for! There’s a chance you didn’t know some of this stuff even existed.
A kitchen timer that looks like a lens and camera bag that you can use as a lunch cooler? Totes.
The f/60 Lens Kitchen Timer — A timer that looks like a lens.
Camera Cookie Cutters — For true photo geeks. Rangefinder, TLR & SLR shapes!
Ceramic Lens Mugs — For the classy coffee drinker. Ceramic with fine lens detailing.
Lens Shot Glasses — That bread pudding could do with a little shot of a brandy, and so could you.
The Egg Carton Film Case — This thing is made to keep your 35mm rolls of film fresh in the fridge. Just make sure your roomie doesn’t try to make a scramble with ‘em.
The Camera Cooler Bag — This is a camera bag that can double as a cooler bag!
5. Photos & Cameras You Can Actually Eat!:
Yes, finally! Here are all the delicious photos and cameras that will happily digest in your tummy.
Gingerbread cameras — Our DIY tutorial for making TLRs and even a Mamiya from cookie dough!
Instagram chocolate — Cocoagraph will turn your phone photos into chocolate.
Photo cupcakes — Printable icing sheets means you can print a photo onto icing and eat your own face.
Camera cookies — Cookies that look like cameras. Glass free!
Photo lollipops — Same idea as the cupcakes. Lick.
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