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Cooking up Photography in the Kitchen

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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.

The Photo ParTEA Towel

Food photography might seem like a simple task, but there are some rules to the game.

Artist Emily McDowell designed the Photo ParTEA Towel, covered it in food photography tips, to look snazzier than your average towel, oh and to dry things too!

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Camera Cookie Cutter Set

Your camera collection is so cute you could just gobble it up! Wait. Right. There.

Maybe a camera cookie would be a better choice? Grab the Camera Cookie Cutter Set, bake ‘em up and gobble away!

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f/60 Lens Kitchen Timer

Your lens collection is vast and bordering on obsession. Feed your appetite with the f/60 Lens Kitchen Timer.

It will keep track of your cookie baking so you can get back to instagraming selfies while you lick the spoon.

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Metadata: Uncover Your Photos’ Secrets
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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.

Learn to Access Your Photos’ Metadata and Why You’d Wanna


Start Filming with the iOgrapher Bundle

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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.

Pair your iPad with the pro quality Rode VidMic Pro Boom and iOgrapher video rig, to really get a handle on your next film project.

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.

Get the whole iOgrapher Bundle

DIY: Photo Confetti
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Nothing says it’s your party and you’ll confetti all you want to like photo confetti.

You can easily turn any photo into confetti. And yes, by any photo, we totally mean a photo with you and your friends’ faces all over it.

Because everyone deserves personalized confetti.

*Insert confetti emoji* x 1000

This way party people!

Learn How to Make Your Own Photo Confetti


Nova: The First Ever Off-Phone Flash that Really Flashes

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Who is that ghost haunting all of the pics you took last night? Oh, it’s you? There has got to be a better flash than that one on your phone.

There is! It’s the Nova, the first ever off-phone flash that syncs with your phone (and protects you from haunted photos).

It talks to your phone via bluetooth so it’s free to roam up to 20 feet away, light from any angle and still flash when you hit your shutter.

The Nova is so small it fits in your wallet, but it is packed with LEDs that make it mighty bright.

Use the Nova app to adjust the brightness and color of your flash. Add warmth when the lights are low to give your smiling face an attractive glow and keep ghostly creatures from creepin’ in.

Get Your Own Nova Flash
$59 at the Photojojo Shop

Loop Portraits:
Romain Laurent Reveals His Tricks

When we see a photo that just makes us say, “How in the world?!” we just have to stop talking out loud to our computer screen, hunt down the genius behind said stunner and ask them…

“How in the world?!”

Turns out it’s Romain Laurent who crafts the mind bending, perfectly looped portraits that had us agog.

So, we tracked him down and bombarded him with “hows,” “whys” and “you’re so cools.”

Check out his answers and see more of his loop portraits over on our blog.

Romain Laurent Reveals The Tricks to His Trade


The Drone Zone!

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Your attempt to capture your cat running through a field of daisies on film is well intentioned, but your handmade hacks aren’t great and your cat is losing patience.

Put away the yarn and the moon shoes and meet the Phantom 2, the camera carrying drone of your dreams.

Our friendly Phantom 2 drone is the best drone around. It’ll take your photography to (literal) new heights.

There’s no assembly required and it’s easy to fly! It has a simple to use remote, GPS enabled stabilizers to help you out in windy situations and the latest and greatest HD-3D gimbal making sure your camera is stable and videos are so smooooooth.

The extra long battery life means you’ll have plenty of time to get the perfect shot, if only your cat would start taking his job seriously.

Learn More About the Phantom 2 Drone
$1299 at the Photojojo Shop

DIY Sunglasses Photo Frames
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Not many folks can pull off sunglasses indoors but we think your photos have what it takes.

Upcycle your old shades to create a totally stylin photo frame just in time for summer.

Any frames will do – in fact, the kookier the better.

Ready for some fun in the sun(glasses)? Come bright this way!

Learn How to Make Your Own Photo Frame from Sunglasses


Turn Your Photos Into
Incredibly Large Black & White Prints

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Engineer Prints are big big big (big) photo prints made on large format printers normally used for architecture and engineering plans.

The unique, lo-fi characteristics of the Engineer printing process has made it a favorite amongst the creative community, and us!

Streaked, striated and wacky black and gray tones combine to create a super unique look that’s no ordinary photo print.

Our Engineer Prints are inked on 4-feet wide (!) 20lb bond paper that’s so light it’s easy to pin or tape anywhere, no frames or nails!

We’ve made it a cinch for you to have one of your very own. No printer proofs, resolution wrangling or printer research required!

Make Your Own Engineer Print
$25 flat w/ free shipping, at the Photojojo Shop

Summertime Photo Tips and Inspiration
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It’s here! It’s here! It’s time to memorialize our heroes and kick off the sunniest* season of them all.

No matter how you’re celebrating this weekend, we’ve got your packing list covered:

  • Sun screen
  • Camera
  • Photo tips and Inspiration

Fresh out of that last one? Follow us to a summer inspired link roundup. We’ve got tips for folks headed to the beach, the woods, the park, the amusement park, underwater or anywhere sunny.

Find Photo Inspiration for Your Memorial Day Weekend

*Sun not guaranteed in all locales.



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