Rain, rain, go away…
Or don’t! Because rainy days make the outdoors a big ol’ playground for photographers.
In fact, we put together a list of photo ideas so you can have fun taking pics before, during, and after the rain.
Who says you have to stay in just ’cause it’s a little wet outside? Grab your cam and make the most of it!
Street fairs and block parties and farmer’s markets, oh my!
Summer’s the time for outdoor fun. But so much activity can be overwhelming. How do you make sure you capture it all?
You use this list we made just for you! It has all the photo actions you’re gonna wanna take during your next outdoor summer extravaganza.
Now slap on some sunscreen and let’s go!
Photograph Outdoor Summer Memories
Ever wonder about the goodies that photographers hide away in their camera bags?
Wonder no more! We asked seven photogs from all walks of life to open up their cam bags to us so we can see what exactly they’re working with.
As you’d expect, no two bags are the same. The one thing they all have in common, though? They’re unique and awesome, just like the photogs they belong to!
Camera Bag Items Revealed!
San Francisco is the most gorgeous city on this planet (sorry, New York.)
But if we’re being honest, the postcard views of the City are getting a little – dare we say it – boring.
Combating that is TOAST, a self-proclaimed urban explorer. We spoke to him on what he sees in between the lines and what draws him to beneath the city surface.
Learn his tips and pick up a few urban exploring tricks of your own!
Urban Photo Tips From TOAST
We’ve all seen that dreaded “out of storage” notification pop up on our phones.
(And usually at the worst times.)
But no need to fear! We’ve teamed up with our pals over at Trunx, who’ve provided a super handy guide to help you conquer the storage war on your iOS device.
So take note, ’cause more space means you’ll never have to miss out on an awesome photo op again!
5 Tips for More Device Storage
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There is only one thing better than a cupcake with sprinkles… a cupcake with sprinkles AND a personalized cupcake topper. That’s a fact.
Yes friends, store bought toppers are like, so 2001.
We’ll show you how you can turn your photos into fun fringed cupcake toppers.
Dig out the scissors, print out some photos, frost and sprinkle your cupcakes, and let’s get fringing!
Learn How to Make Fringed Photo Cupcake Toppers
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We’ve all got them. That perfect shot hidden away on our hard drive or waiting in a negative sleeve.
But, with 80 bajillion photo sharing sites out there the question of where to share our masterpieces is not always an easy answer.
Getting your photos in the right place means getting your photos seen, so Photojojo has come up with a foolproof guide to help you figure out:
A) What type of photographer are you?
B) Where should you share your stuff?
Sound simple? It is!
You can finally give ImageHive the heave ho and find the sharing service that’s right for you.
A Personalized Guide to Photo Sharing
p.s. Now’s a great time to order photo prints! You can get up to 80% off with the Photojojo promo code at Nation’s Photo Lab.
p.p.s. We’re looking for the World’s Most Friendly Full Stack Web Developer in San Francisco, CA (relocation available) to join Photojojo (a.k.a. “Team Awesome”) Tell your friends! → Here’s the details… ✌
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Back before Snapseed and Instagram, photographers used lens filters to add snazzy effects to their snapshots.
But filters can cost you a pretty penny, and you’re quite happy keeping your pennies, thankyouverymuch.
Well, we’ve got you covered because we’ve rounded up 10 DIY photo filters that won’t cost you.
In fact, most of these things are probably just lying around the house!
So follow along with our roundup as we accentuate the analogue and re-imagine the digital.
10 DIY Photo Filters to Try!
p.s. Our pals at Mosaic make some seriously beautiful photobooks you can create right from your iPhone! Take a look-see here.
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We’ll admit it, we’re obsessed with iPhoneography.
We take our cell phone lenses everywhere we go, we share our photos in real time, we even dress up our phones to look like our favorite cameras!
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!
Use Your Cell Phone Shots To Make DIY Projects!
p.s. The awesome folks at Easy Canvas Prints (wizards at turning your photos into awesome canvas prints) are *giving away* free canvas prints on our Facebook page today!
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If you know us, you know we love instant film. A lot.
So, when we heard Impossible Project would be releasing two new & improved instant films, we jumped at the chance to give ’em a whirl.
First we met PX 680: A film that produces beautifully saturated prints that practically ooze with color.
Second, Black Frame PX 600 silver shade: A black and white film with sleek black frames for a classic, gallery-ready look.
Both films are so easy to use and versatile, your camera might write you a love letter for feeding it so well.
Plus: While experimenting, we found a technique that’ll let you transform your new black frame images into photo transparencies!
It’s simple, fun, and takes less than five minutes. We were so impressed with the results, we had to share.
How-To: Make Instant Transparencies