Aaah Fall, how we’ve missed you!
The cooler air, colorful leaves, and pumpkin-spiced
Yup! That’s right.
This tutorial will show you how to turn your photographs into tasty candied treats in any flavor you like for Halloween or for general eating pleasure.
In under an hour, your images will taste as good as they look.
Now isn’t that sweet?!
The reflector is one of our favorite tools; simple, easy to use, and *shiny*.
This DIY has those same great features, with added sparkle!
We’re going to show you how to make your own disco-ball-esque reflector using mirrors. You can use this DIY reflector to make a cool grid of light to shine on your subjects or to ward off vampires.
If you <3 shiny things as much as we do, then you’ll love this DIY that will turn your plain old silver and white reflectors green with envy.
Your photographs are good at being held *in* things: albums, boxes, frames …
But are they good at holding things?
Put ‘em to work! Transform your photos into a useful DIY photo-roll pencil holder.
It’ll brighten up your desk, and make daydreaming of summer days that much easier.
In just a few steps, you can roll your photographs into picture-perfect container.
Thanks to our pal Tali Schiffer who showed us how to make this one of a kind photo-roll box!
Light is everything.
Without it, we’d walk into walls, and worst of all, photos would be non-existant! Blasphemy, we know.
Here are three tips to eke out extra lighting in dire photo situations. You can use these tips whether you’re shooting film, CF card, or camera phone!
Problem: Too shadowy.
Problem: Not enough light.
Problem: You want color flash!
p.s. Photojojo will be in Germany next week for Photokina! Get in touch if you’re in Cologne & Berlin. Who knows, maybe we’ll go on a photo walk!
What’s that you say, wall? You’re tired of the same old frames?
Lucky for you, we’ll be switching things up this month (and beyond!) with an instant photo gallery.
The DIY photo ledge takes a simple strip of plastic molding and turns it into an easy-photo-switching, exquisite photo wall sprucer-upper.
In other words, it’s a simple photo holder that makes your wall look awesome.
It looks especially sharp with Polaroids and Instax photos, but you can use it to display any collection of snaps! Your photo ledge will transform your walls from eh, blah … to aaaahhhh in under an hour.
Thanks to our pal Tom Watson who showed us how to make this photo ledge!
Forgetting to bring an extra roll of film is like leaving the house with no pants on!
We all know that’s a bummer.
This DIY Film Ammo Strap will give you the sleekest, chicest way to securely carry your extra rolls of film with you.
The strap is inspired by those handy vintage camera straps that came with elastic loops for film.
You’ll never lose another shot because you’ll always have another roll of film.
Published on August 30, 2012 — See more DIY
Film lovers unite!
This tutorial will give you the power to recreate a tiny 35mm film canister into a larger-than-life reminder of the good ol’ days.
Use it as a prop for photos, store unused rolls of film and other camera related goodies, or just make yourself feel really small!
This film canister will hold more than you ever thought could fit onto a 24-exposure roll.
We’ve seen record temperatures this summer. Sometimes, it’s just too hot to be outside!
But that doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy scenic views from the comfort of your living room (and air conditioner).
Learn how to turn your photos into glowing photo spheres!
You’ve seen those plain paper lanterns at the store, and now you can convert them to show off your own bright and colorful photographs.
And when the temperature drops, you can take your photo spheres out on the porch. Your neighbors will appreciate the view.
Photography and stencil art go hand-in-hand quite merrily, but it’s not so great if you’re not chummy with the scissors.
Well, Mr. Snippy Scissor, meet your match with the nifty masking liquid, or what we like to call liquid magic.
What is it? Well, painters use it to prevent parts of their paper from getting stained with watercolor. Think of it as a stencil!
Our handy DIY will show how you can harness this liquid-stencil goodness to easily turn your photographs into dreamy watercolor art!
Published on July 19, 2012 — See more DIY
They say opposites attract.
Big, boring fridge, meet cute magnetic photos. We think you’ll get along just fine!
It’s time to spruce up that lonely appliance, sitting in the corner, begging for attention.
Follow this tutorial for a step-by-step guide to make miniature works of art in the form of magnetic photo tiles.
You can make a mosaic or a lovely grid of your favorite Instagram photos.
Either way, you’ll make your other appliances envious and turn that big blank canvas of a fridge into a stunning gallery.
p.s. If you’re in NYC or San Francisco, Skillshare’s hosting a load of awesome looking photo classes taught by some truly great photographers! (Including one by our very own photographer, Kim Thomas!)
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