With an instant printer in your pocket, you’re ready to rock insta-prints at all times.
Check out the latest from Polaroid … Zip! A printer that prints photos from your phone.
Edit any shot on your phone or use it as-is. Instantly print any photo, anywhere. You can even print multiples to share! Sharing is caring.
Pocket-size is the new fun-size.
Learn More about Zip or Order Yours Here!
When points of light are out of focus they turn into sparkling orbs of awesomeness.
This is called bokeh!
Wouldn’t it be cool if your next backdrop was made completely out of this fantastic effect? We tried it and loved it, and chances are you will, too!
So we’ve put together a step-by-step tutorial on how to make your very own glittery bokeh backdrop. Follow along and let the magic begin.
Make Dreamy Bokeh Backdrops
Storm season is upon us which means it’s the perfect time to try for some shocking shots.
Lightning photos are hard to perfect but super fun to attempt. Here’s a few tips for getting started.
First and most importantly: Stay safe. Distance is your best friend – use a telephoto lens when possible. Keep your gear dry by setting up under a covered patio or deck.
Second: Long exposures mean you need a tripod, or duct tape and a rock, whatever it takes to get that stability!
Third of all: Every storm is different, so your settings will vary slightly each time. Try these to start with and play around from there –
- ISO 100
- f/7 aperture
- 30 second exposure
For a more in depth tutorial, check out Richard Gottardo’s excellent write-up here covering everything from storm searching to stacking images in post.
And you thought puddle jumping was the best part of a storm…
Richard’s Guide to Photoing Lightning
Photo by Richard Gottardo
You’ve got prints, prints everywhere. Well, not everywhere … mostly in shoe boxes.
They need to be free! It’s time.
We’ve rounded up the most fun, and stylish, ways to get your prints out into the fresh air. Let those beauties breathe.
Check Out Our Display Roundup
p.s. Not enough prints in your life? Try our Disposable Camera app!
Name: Christina Best (yes, it really is Best) Thomas
What Do You Do Here? I tell jokes and help folks with their Photojojo goodies!
Favorite Camera: The one that’s with me, which is either my iPhone or Canon 60D.
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Photo albums/picture frames are fantastic. Really, we love ’em.
But we also love finding new and imaginative ways for you to show off your amazing work.
(Plus, we never turn down a crafting opportunity.)
So we’ve rounded up over 50 DIY projects for your glorious prints. (And hey, this list will come in handy once you use our new Disposable Camera App!)
Get Yo’ Craft On
We made an app and we couldn’t be more excited to share it with you. Meet Disposable Camera!
We brought back everything good about Dispo Cams and none of the bad stuff.
Get back (or feel for the first time) the feeling of 27 potential prints burning a hole in your pocket.
Shoot a through a whole camera and get 27 prints back just like the good ol’ days.
Learn More About Disposable Camera
Or, Download It NOW
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
Name: Darby “Professional Designer or something” Thomas
What Do You Do Here? I draw funny pictures and make funny websites.
Favorite Camera: The Lomo Instant (this guy here).
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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