What’s better than a photo of a loved one?
A group photo of a BUNCH of loved ones!
But simply standing around and saying cheese? Yawn. We rounded up group photo ideas that will have everyone running, dancing, and more.
Whether you’re shooting pics of your pals or preparing for family holiday cards, you’ll get a kick out of these ideas and their unique results!
People are beautiful, and as photographers we have the ability to show that in creative ways!
Photojojo reader and super talented portrait photographer, Hannah Arnzen, has put together her very best tips for snapping portraits.
Read her advice on what it takes before, during and even after a shoot to snap the perfect portrait.
Take it away Hannah…
Looking for roommates? Putting your place on the market?
Maybe you just wanna show your IG followers your sweet new setup?
Good thing we’ve got a few simple tricks to help you present the best features of your home! You’ll receive compliments from potential roommates, buyers, and followers in no time.
Read on and your house will be the star of the real estate listings!
Most of us are totally in love with Instagram.
And why wouldn’t we be? Instagram is awesome. And so are the talented people who use it!
We’ve put together a list of some of our fave Instagrammers that you should totally follow. We even asked ’em for their photo tips, tricks, and lil’ secrets.
They’ve replied (see how great they are?) and now we’re gonna share their advice with you (’cause you’re super great, too).
Instagrammers Share Their Photo Secrets
Dads are great. So great, in fact, that they deserve a really big present this Father’s Day.
Are you thinking what we’re thinking? Let’s say it together now:
These hugenormous prints are perfect gifts, especially if you make ’em out of old family pictures.
So we’re gonna 1) show you how to digitize old prints and 2) give you some fun ideas for making your Engineer Prints unique and wonderful, just like your fave guy.
Engineer Prints Say Happy Father’s Day!
Goodbye tests and 8:00 a.m. classes.
School’s out and summer’s in!
To help you prepare for all those fun-in-the-sun photo ops coming up, we put together a handy list of essential summer photo gear.
From umbrellas to lens filters, you’ll be ready to snap pics whether you’re poolside or in the middle of that long-awaited camping trip.
Slap on some sunscreen and let’s go!
FUNdamental Items for Summer Photos
Tabletops are great for elbow leaning, finger drumming and they make pretty good photo backdrops too!
You can set anything down on ’em, from baked goods to the newest product in your Etsy store, and just snap away.
But if you’re sick of the same ol’, plain ol’ tabletop, we’ve thought of five fun ways to spice up your next tabletop shot.
Whether you’re selling something or just want to up your Instagram game, you’re gonna love these tabletop makeover tips.
Take Tabletop Photos That Pop
For many of you, the harshness of winter has finally come to a close. (Yay!)
In its place you now have the beauty of spring, which means flowers are everywhere.
We’ve already starting making the most of this new and colorful season with our recent guide on frozen flower photography.
Now we’re gonna share four more ways to get creative with flower photos right in your own home.
So go pick some flowers and let’s get shooting!
Creative Ways to Photo Flowers Indoors
Is your Instagram full of photos of your very best pals?
Ours too! We’ve found patient pals make the best models. But what if you wanna get rid of the “stand stick-straight with an adorable (but played out) grin” stance?
Answer: check out our list of poses for pals and try one or all of them! Your photos of friends will go from “meh” to “marvelous!” in just a few simple motions.
Poses for Your BFFs’ Portraits
Know your history, or you’re doomed to repeat it?
Nah, we’ve learned our photo history and we’re happy to repeat it.
Check out our timeline of photo trends, pick up some tips on how to recreate historic looks on your phone. Try your hand at 1930s colorization or go back to that 70s film grainy goodness.
Learn your history, and repeat away!
Learn From the Last 100 Years of Photography