Get Surreal With
Oil and Water Photos

Have you ever tried to mix oil and water? Fortunately it just doesn’t work.

“Wait,” you say. “Why is this fortunate?”

Well because, otherwise you wouldn’t get such fantastic-looking effects when you try to combine the two!

And once you get close (like macro close) then oil and water’s aversion to mingling will result in some seriously surreal photographs.

Excited yet? Good! ‘Cause we’re here to walk you through the five easy steps it takes to create these magical macro shots.

Simple Steps for Oil and Water Magic

Meet a PJer:
Danny Edition

Name: Danny “Dino Dan” Lunden

What Do You Do Here? They tell me I do customer service, but really I make photo dreams come true!

Favorite Camera: My new Sony QX 100 of course (paired with my iPhone)!

Learn Even More About Dino Dan

A Celebration of Droneography

We’ve had photo drones in the Photojojo Shop for over a year!

We’ve taken some great flights, shot our fair share of dronies, wrote the book on Drone flying (free with every Drone in the Photojojo Shop) and today we’re launching our first Photojojo designed drone accessory!

What a year.

Click on through to see photos and videos taken by Photojojo customers (and their drone), check out a world map that lets you get a drone’s-eye-view of hundreds of cities and natural wonders alike.

Then, watch our training vids to see if you’ve got what it takes to become a pilotographer.

See Just What Photo Drones Can Get Up To

Snazzy Engineer Prints, Limited Supplies!

Spruce up your digs and support awesome photographers!

We teamed up with a few of our fave photo makers to offer a limited run (hurry! hurry!) of their work printed up as big beautiful 3 foot x 4 foot Engineer Prints.

See Our Selection of Engineer Prints

Leprechaun Approved Gear for St Paddy’s Day

Whoo, Saint Patrick’s Day Eve, time to pour some Guinness in your Lucky Charms!

Ok … don’t actually do that. Ever.

Instead, feast your smiling eyes on these rainbow treasures, and test your Irish luck finding our gold.

See What Lies Beyond the Rainbow

Stuck Inside?
Indoor Photo Ideas
Save the Day

Non-stop snow have you stranded indoors? Or maybe the flu has you quarantined?

Either way, keep hold of your camera ’cause there’s tons of cool stuff to photograph right there under your own roof!

If you’re not sure where to start, we’ve got ideas to help you get the ball rolling, from shadows on the wall to everything macro. Together we’ll prove that there’s no need to go far for a great shot. It’s right around the corner. Literally!

4 Ideas For Stuck-At-Home Photos


Show and Tell:
PJers’ Favorite Gear

Ever wonder what products we here at Photojojo can’t live without? All the time, right?

Well you’re in luck!

We’ve rounded up our faves and corralled ’em right here for your browsing pleasure.

Find Out Who Loves What At Photojojo HQ

Yum! Ideas for Fun,
Flavorful Food Photos

Taking photos of food is a tasty endeavor (especially if you get to stuff your belly afterwards).

But because food photos are so popular, it can sometimes be hard to get a shot that is not only appetizing but original.

So we’ve put together some unique food photo ideas with tips ranging from backdrops to dainty dishware. Whether you’re a foodie-photo pro or a nom-nom-photo novice, the results will be both yum and fun. Bon appétit!

5 Delish Ideas for Food Photography


New Gizmos for Instant Photo Saticfaction

Things are a-changin’ in the world of instant prints. The new Impossible Lab turns any phone or tablet into an instant cam.

Plus, Polaroids now come in round. Yeah, round. :-O

Click on through then scroll along to see the latest.

See Our Instant Photo Tools Roundup

Snag Yourself a
Photo Job!

Want to take photos? (Yes!) Want to make money? (Yes!) Want to do both at once? (Double yes!)

Photo jobs aren’t as rare as one may think. Whether you’re looking for a full-time gig or simply want to make a little extra cash, you just gotta know where to look and how to market yourself.

So we’ve got tips to help you find work while simultaneously making it easier for employers and customers to find you.

Get ready to call yourself a working photographer! Cha-ching!

Photo Jobs Are Calling You!