Good things come in threes and our third gift guide is no exception. We’ve got four new Photojojo gifts, including an upgrade to an all-time favorite: a better, brighter Pocket Spotlight! Check our tip-top tools for stepping up your phoneography game or that of a present-worthy friend … or three!
This week we’re thankful for a feast of new photo goodies in our shop. Tools like an SLR lens mount for your phone and an illuminating phone case. There’s even tassels, decals, and temp tattoos. Gobble them up quick, in plenty of time for the holidays!
It’s time to get festive! Check out our very best gifts for photo-lovin’ folks like yourself and your pals. Including four brand-spanking new items from the world’s cutest and most powerful projector to enamel pins we designed ourselves.
Give your own photos as gifts and maybe even snag yourself an instant camera for those upcoming happy holiday parties.
We took a crash course in barking, then asked our favorite #dogsofinstagram for their secrets to taking the perfect pup pic.
Read through the tips below, peep the “paw”esome photos and enter yourself in our #dogsofinstagram Giveaway.
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!
Polaroid’s action cam is all grown up and ready to play with others.
Like the classic Cube, Cube+ shoots HD vids and has a nifty magnetic mount. Plus it’s capable of syncing up to your phone.
Use your phone as a viewfinder and remote. When you’re done shooting, edit an upload on the go.
One little plus adds a lot!
BOO! Did we scare you? No? Well, we have something else to get you in the Halloween mood.
We’re talking about the extremely eerie photos of abandoned buildings taken by urban explorer, Thomas Windisch.
We spoke with Thomas and learned his tips for finding and photographing what he calls “beauty in decay.”
Read on for our Q&A with Thomas! (You may wanna keep the lights on…)
When snapping portraits, it can be difficult to fulfill your vision with so many variables. The options of lighting, background, makeup, clothing and poses seem overwhelming at times.
Thankfully, we found a few stellar portrait tips from celeb photographer, Greg Gorman. They work great for pros and enthusiasts alike.
- Learn body language – For instance, if the head is angled in opposition to the body, it creates a look of insecurity.
- Minimize the lighting situation – Try perfecting portraits with a single light source.
- Get a bigger
boatscreen – Review your test shots on a screen larger than the back of your camera. Download them first onto a laptop, or even a tablet with good resolution. (Eye-fi much?)
Read all the tips, and get an eyeful of pretty celebs (hey, Jared Leto) in Greg’s article here.
Photo of Sofia Loren by Greg Gorman