Everyone loves stickers, but if you love film just as much and have a bajillion surfaces that are crying out for some much needed attention, we have an idea for you.
Combine the two loves of your life and make your very own film stickers!
Use these nifty 35mm stickers to decorate your world – everything from your water bottle to your notebook or your computer (just maybe stay away from sticking them on your cat).
So get your camera, expose some slides and make your very own sticky film!
Pumpkins, witches and Wes Craven.
That time of year has come again when the ghouls and ghosts come out to play, but why should they have all the fun?
With the help of the homemade scanner camera, you can set up your own warped and wonderful photo booth.
Celebrate all things spooky by taking eerie and distorted images complete with long exposures, glitches and vignetting! It’ll turn you and your pals into unearthly creatures and make your party the talk of the town.
Give yourself two heads, wiggle your fingers or simply smile. Just hit scan, say cheese and let the freak show commence.
p.s. Rad! There’s an iPhone photography conference called 1197 on Oct. 22nd in SF. We’ll be there demoing some goodies!
What happens when you combine the idea of building blocks with photo prints?
An unconventional way to show off your pictures — that’s what!
Turn your photos into an awesome and interactive tower o’ pictures that flaunts your photo and construction skills!
Leave it unassembled for friends to put together at a party or see how high you can make it tower.
Cuz who says photos can only be in frames or albums?
You’re walking down the beach on a sunny day and spot a sweet shot, but the sun is making it impossible to see anything, including the LCD screen on your camera!
Your sweet shot? Your friend’s head is chopped off, and you’ve focused in on a surly seagull. Not cool.
Fortunately, there’s a smart solution to using live view mode outdoors: a DIY DSLR viewfinder!
This crafty viewfinder is kinda like the DSLR equivalent of an old timey photographer using a cloak with a large format camera.
It shades your screen from the sun, letting you compose your shots 10x more easily. With a little DIY action, you’ll get the shot you meant to get from here on out!
When one of us was a wee youngster, she wrote her initials plus Cody Henderson’s in big hearts on every available surface.
On the walls.
She got in a lot of trouble.
If only she’d known then what she knows now, she’d have made this book instead. A journal with pages made of photos of walls, sidewalks, bathroom mirrors: anything you could write graffiti on in real life.
Note to self: next time.
Published on September 8, 2011 — See more DIY
Why would you settle for photos that just sit there when you can get photos that *spin*?
With a few CD jewel cases, you can make a free and E-Z photo frame carousel, a rad DIY photo project from Tiffany Threadgould’s DIY book, ReMake It.
It’s a frame-holder that fits 10 photos and delightfully spins around a base just like your favorite childhood ride of yore.
Best of all, when one photo starts feeling played out (kinda like your old Eminem CD), you can simply give it a spin for a whole new photo to decorate your desk.
Start digging through your CD bin and give your garbage and/or Garbage another go.
We’ll admit it, we’re obsessed with iPhoneography.
We thought it was about time that we started taking our photos out of our phones and sharing them with the material world.
Today we’re showing you how you can make your own phone photo stickers, magnets, photobooth-style strips, lamps, and more with your iPhone photos using your household inkjet printer!
Since the dawn of time people have doodled: caves, note pads, post-its.
Even your friend’s cast has enjoyed being a doodler’s canvas.
Now our photos want to get in on the fun! You can spruce up your friend’s wardrobe, hand tint your black and white photos, and even add a frame right onto your print.
We’ll show you all you need to know to create epic photo-meets-imagination images with just a print and a pen.
Poor, neglected photo negatives.
Ever since digital photography has come into play, these photographic beings have lost their heyday and are quite the endangered species in the photography world.
Well, neglect them no further—time to use those negatives for something positively enlightening!
Brighten up their lives—and yours—by using them to make a lightbox-esque candle holders!
It’s a super simple and fun way to dress up your candle lights for these lovely summer nights!
We’ve always suspected our camera was a neo-postmodernist.
Always subverting the establishment, our humble DSLR likes to challenge the limits of art and convention. We’d easily say it belongs up there with the best of Dadaism.
Now our camera has joined forces with our tablet and phone to throw our minds for an even more psych-optic monkey wrench.
By cleverly overlapping gadgets and photos, you can make picture-in-picture art that makes your electronic gizmos look completely transparent. Your meta masterpiece is waiting to be made!
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