Travel Photography Tips and Tricks
How do you capture the magical feeling of traveling to a new city for the first time?
Heck if we know! So … We found someone who does.
Sam Horine shoots cityscapes so stunning a scroll through his Instagram feed feels like a trip around a whole new world.
We wanted to know just how he captures the cities he visits so very well, so we asked him … and he told us!
Published on July 17, 2014 — See more Inspiration
Your morning yoga routine brings you energy to make it through the day.
The Solio Sun Powered Charger has its own yoga-like abilities, turning sun salutations into battery power to recharge your phone.
Position the Solio outside on a sunny day, or plug it directly into an outlet and it will gather power.
This li’l guy can soak up enough sun to give your phone an 80% boost. It’ll even hold on to that power for up to a year, so it’s there when you need it.
The Solio is compact and travel friendly. Tuck it along side your yoga mat for a boost anywhere and anytime you need photo taking power.
Published on July 14, 2014 — See more Buy This
If a picture tells a thousand words, how many words would a book turned into a photo album tell?
Give your loose photos a new home by turning any old book into a rad new photo album.
Rewrite history (books) or be the hero in a graphic novel with a quick snip and a slide.
Hardback, paperback or horseback, we’ll show you how to turn any book into a photo album!
Keep Your Camera Bag Organized
You love all of your photog accessories equally, but some of the big guys like to beat up on the little ones in your camera bag.
Tuck away your phone, extra lenses, batteries and more in a warm and snuggly Photographer’s Pouch for safe keeping.
The Photographer’s Pouch is soft enough to keep your thingies safe, but strong and confident enough to fight off bullies when things get rough.
Plus it’s pretty darn handsome, made of heather gray felt with a velcro back and an elastic band to keep everything secure.
Throw a few Photographer’s Pouches in your camera bag to help keep everyone safe and happy until they can learn to get along.
Published on July 7, 2014 — See more Buy This
History Fact: Shortly after signing the Declaration of Independence Benjamin Franklin invented fireproof pants. He knew … Freedom = Fireworks.
Before tomorrow night’s celebrations of freedom sparkle across the sky, brush up on your firework photo taking skills.
Or, if you dislike following rules as much as you dislike tea taxes, exercise creative freedom with these twists on firework photography.
Now, grab your camera, go out, and make ol’ Ben proud.
When you snooze, you have visions of flying on a unicorn over a cloud raining glitter, through fields of rainbow-y color never seen in the waking world … until now.
The Dream Scope Filter Kit will make your dreams a reality.
The Dream Scope comes with a true blue (and red, and yellow) set of 37mm pro-grade glass and aluminum gradient color filters.
Use one or all three. Stack and spin them to get awesome technicolor patterns, lens flare and swirly rainbow hues in-camera, without an app.
The kit attaches to any phone even includes a tripod mount! Set it up next to your bedside and maybe some of those colorful filters will take your dreams to a whole new level of technicolor.
Published on June 30, 2014 — See more Buy This
What Kind of Camera are YOU?
“What kind of camera am I?”
It’s a burning question we’ve all had in the back of our minds, and today it shall be answered.
In honor of National Camera Day this Sunday, June 29th, we are going to help you find out what kind of camera you would be if you were reborn as the best invention ever.
Now sit back and put on your virtual Sorting Hat to discover what kind camera TRULY represents your personality.
Published on June 26, 2014 — See more Guides
Let your photography obsession and your love for sweets collide – magic and sprinkles and beautiful photographs everywhere!
Grab these three photo themed kitchen help-ccessories that are cute as all get out and also quite functional.
When the timer strikes zero, wrap your hot and fresh camera cookies up in your tea towel. Quick! Snap a pic before you snap a bite. Now, if only cameras could capture that fresh baked cookie smell.
Published on June 23, 2014 — See more Buy This
Metadata is data about data.
When it comes to photo metadata, that means it’s data/facts/figures/info about your photos.
In the olden days (or last week, if you’re a film shooter) photographers had to carry around a notebook to collect metadata. “Roll 6 Shot 7 was set at f/16 1/100 sec and shot at Tamarack Park.”
These days, digital cameras are writing down all these fun fact for you. They’re not just capturing pictures, they’re taking in metadata too!
You’ve got all kinds of data about your photos you didn’t even know about. And, it turns out there are all sorts of nifty things you can do when you’ve got data about your data.
They say a picture is worth a thousand words, but a well made video with high quality sound all made on an iPad? There are no words.
The iOgrapher will really step up your film making game with a wide angle lens, accessory mounts a plenty, a tripod mount and handy handles for fearless filming.
The VidMic Pro is small but packs a lot of power. It picks up the voices and sounds you want to hear while cutting out the buzz and background noise you don’t.
Your high standards, striking visuals and clear sounds will soon leave audiences in silent awe as they witness the glory of your vision.
Published on June 16, 2014 — See more Buy This
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