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Meet Piccolo: Our Prints Charming


We all said it… “I like digital photography, because then I just print out the photos I want.” And then we all did the same thing… Stopped printing photos entirely!

We miss ‘em.

That’s why we were so excited when we heard about Piccolo, an automatic photo printing service.

Once a month they print out your best shots from Insagram and Facebook, then drop them right off into your mailbox.

Just like that, prints are back!

Prints for crafting. Prints for decorating. Prints for mailing to grandma.

You can even subscribe a friend (or frenemy) to receive an analogue update on your life every 30 days. They’ll love (hate) that!

Sign-up is simple. Then just keep doing what you’re doing – taking great shots and sharing them on the web! Piccolo will do the rest.

Piccolo — Prints! On your doorstep, on the regs.

But wait! There’s more… use the coupon code photojojo3 for $3 off you first month. Thanks for the hook up, Piccolo!


   
   
Introducing The Keyprop Phone Stand
And Its iPhone 5c/5s Compatible Friends

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Meet the Keyprop, a tiny gizmo that helps your phone stand up for itself, so you’re free to jump into the shot or record a video with absolutely no camera wobble.

The Keyprop is the same size and shape as a key – it fits on your keychain so it’s always there when you need it!

This gadget works with any camera phone (even the new iPhone 5c and 5s)! Just snap it into your headphone jack or lightning port to prop your phone up.

Use your other keys to set your phone at just the right angle to capture a handsfree selfie or a shake free timelapse.

Check Out The Keyprop
$12 at the Photojojo Store

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Photojojo Cell Lens Series

Grab iPhone sized fisheye, wide-angle, macro and 2x telephoto lenses that you can switch up on the quick.

They change your view while you’re shooting and add a pro touch to your iPhone pix.

Photojojo Cell Lens Series
$49 at the Photojojo Store


     
 

     
Macro Lens Band

Take advantage of the iPhone 5c and 5s’s extra large pixels with the Macro Lens Band.

It’ll pick up the tiniest details from within 1-2 inches of your subject, and adds stunning depth of field.

Macro Lens Band
$15 at the Photojojo Store

 

iPhone Shutter Remote

The iPhone Shutter Remote uses bluetooth to let you take photos from afar.

Take super selfies with the new HD front-facing camera without getting your outstretched arm in the shot.

iPhone Shutter Remote
$40 at the Photojojo Store


     
 

     
The SlingShot

The Slingshot gives you a stable way to grip your phone for steady panning shots.

Just what you need to make your slo-mo videos extra buttery smooth.

The Slingshot
$20 at the Photojojo Store

 

iPhone Wrist Strap

Keep your new iPhone buddy close, and look good doing it in real leather (just like the 5s’s new snazzy cases).

The iPhone wrist strap will save your iPhone 5c/5s from plunging to an untimely demise.

iPhone Wrist Strap
$35 at the Photojojo Store


     
 
 



   
   
Shoot Great Concert Photos & Win a Trip to Way Over Yonder Music Festival

Whether you’re a festival fanatic or haven’t seen a concert in years, we’ve got something you might like.

We’ve teamed up with Scoutmob, Paste Magazine and Hotel Tonight to send one lucky winner (& pal) to Way Over Yonder festival in Santa Monica, California.

Flights, hotel, festival tix (VIP, natch) and gift cards to the Scoutmob and Photojojo stores are included. And it takes all of 5 seconds to enter!

Enter to go to Way Over Yonder, free!

And… while you’re waiting to see if you won, improve your concert photography skills with a few of our favorite guides:

  1. Music Photography Made Simple
  2. Music Photographer’s Guide to Festival Photography
  3. Concert Photography Tips From Digital Photography School

p.s. A new iPhone is coming! To celebrate, every checkout in the shop gets free enrollment into our Phoneography 101 course today.


   
   
Turn Photos into Paper Flowers

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If romantic comedies have taught us anything it’s that getting a beautiful bouquet of flowers is pretty darn special.

Flowers brighten up your day, but they tend to do that one pesky little thing — dying once they’re cut.

Making flowers out of photographs is a fun and cheeky way of telling that special someone you are smitten.

Plus, these flowers will go on living as mini photographic reminders of beautiful things that have happened in your life.

Learn how to make a super fun and simple bouquet of photo flowers to cheer up your living space, a loved one, or a stranger on the street. (Because we’d all like to feel like we’re in a romantic comedy once in a while.)

Learn How to Make Flowers out of Photographs

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Build Your Own DIY Slide Light
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Are you ready to come along on a fantastic voyage? No time travel to throwback music videos required.

We were thinking a voyage to the hardware store to gather building supplies for the coolest tutorial yet — a DIY slide light.

It’s a minimalist light box that can display pictures, and it sure looks good doing it. Whether you shoot film, digital, or even Instagram (remember this tutorial?) - the slide party is open invite!

Think of this project as a way to create a mini gallery, with which to show off and rotate tiny versions of your photography.

To start you’ll only need one more power tool than your average tool-free craft project. Totally coolio, huh?

Build Your Own Slide Light

p.s. Photo Week (from our buddies at creativeLIVE) is coming up! RSVP for 6 days of free live workshops with primo instructors.

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Meet The Super Secret Smartphone Spy Lens

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The kittens of the world are onto us. They seem to have learned to cut the cute stuff as soon as we get our camera phones out.

Well, we can finally outsmart those smartycats thanks to the 90° periscoping Smartphone Spy Lens! Hold your phone in texting position, all the while snapping pix of the cuteness.

Its high quality glass lens allows you to shoot at a less conspicuous angle without losing photo quality. You can position it in any direction while still looking at your screen for framing and focus.

Shoot more natural candids of your cute but camera-shy pets, pals and kiddos.

Check Out The Smartphone Spy Lens
$20 at the Photojojo Store

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10 Editing Tips for Making Killer Instagram Videos

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When it comes to movies, editing is kind of a big deal.

Without it, we wouldn’t have twist endings. (Looking at you, M. Night.) We wouldn’t have out-of-order movies to entertain our brains (Marty McFly 4ever). We wouldn’t even have beginnings, middles, and ends!

Frankly, movies would be pretty weird and probably not very good at all without editing.

Thanks to Instagram’s 4.1 update, you can now upload videos to Instagram, meaning a whole new world of video editing has opened up!

Sound, filters, transitions, sequencing — there is so much you can do to an Instagram video before uploading it. And awesomely, you can do it all on your phone.

Consider this guide an editing workshop that’ll turn your Instagram videos into cinematic artworks served 15 seconds at a time.

10 Tips for Editing Instagram Videos

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The ChargeCard: Keeping a USB Cable
In Your Wallet Just Makes Cents

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Your phone can’t stand the flavor of 5 Hour Energy. So for its midday pick-me-up, you’ve got to plug it in. Now where’d you leave that USB cord…?

Check your wallet! If you’ve put a ChargeCard in there, the search is over.

The ChargeCard is a USB charging connector that works with any iPhone/Android/other camera phone, is made of durable plastic, and is the same size as your library card.

Think of is at your phone’s version of that pillow you keep under your desk. Always there for you when you need to recharge.

Swipe A ChargeCard
$25 at the Photojojo Store

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Sharon Montrose Answers What It’s Like to Photograph Lions and Other Incredible Animals

When was the last time you got to snuggle a wolf puppy at work?

Never? Us neither. Sharon Montrose, on the other hand, can raise her hand to that one (and we’re green with jelly).

Sharon’s the photographer behind The Animal Print Shop. You might’ve spotted her portraits of wide-eyed baby giraffes, raccoons looking smug, and baby bears being baby bears.

We asked about how she discovered her awesome talent for photographing animal personality and what working commercially is all about.

While wolf pups might not be next up on your model list, you’ll get inspired to sit your pet down for a session!

Sharon Montrose on Animal Photography

p.s. We’re hiring for an amazing opening at Photojojo. We’re looking to re-invent what/how/where we publish online, and we’re seeking one amazing somebody to lead the charge as Editorial & Community Lead.

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Faces of Water — Making Photograms of Water

Moses Hacmon came up with one of the best photographic riddles we’ve ever heard.

How do you make a photogram of water if it’s clear? Light would just pass through it!

Moses spent years studying water and developed a photographic process that let him photograph the best part about water: its movement.

By working with a liquid film made up of nanoparticles, Moses is able to capture a moment in water’s movement. He layers this film over paper, and once water runs over it, the nanoparticles are absorbed into the paper, creating a negative image of the water’s flow.

The final image is a captivating still of the water’s twists and turns, overlaps, and shapes as it flows. You might even say you can see faces.

Moses’ most recent experiments include photographing what music looks like resonating through water. You can also help fundraise an exhibition.

More water play ideas: Aquatopiary Water Sculptures and Tim Tadder’s water wigs.

Faces of Water by Moses Hacmon via NotCot

p.s. We’re hiring for an amazing opening at Photojojo. Apply and learn more to be our Editorial & Community Lead.


   

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