Name: Janette Crawford
What Do You Do Here? Marketing for our all-new brand Parabo Press, coming very soon!
Favorite Camera: iPhone 6.
Ever wonder about the goodies that photographers hide away in their camera bags?
Wonder no more! We asked seven photogs from all walks of life to open up their cam bags to us so we can see what exactly they’re working with.
As you’d expect, no two bags are the same. The one thing they all have in common, though? They’re unique and awesome, just like the photogs they belong to!
You know that feel when you’re left behind in a tour group because you’re too busy snapping photos? All the time. You’re not alone (this time) and a resourceful Park Ranger noticed your dilemma.
Ranger Tim created InstaMeets, in Glacier National Park, as a solution. It’s a meetup for photographers to go on photo walks, safely and slowly, together. They’re a great way to connect with and learn from other photo enthusiasts.
Hopefully this brilliant idea is picked up by other National Parks. In the meantime, if you’re headed toward Glacier, check out when the next InstaMeet is here.
Photo by NPS
San Francisco is the most gorgeous city on this planet (sorry, New York.)
But if we’re being honest, the postcard views of the City are getting a little – dare we say it – boring.
Combating that is TOAST, a self-proclaimed urban explorer. We spoke to him on what he sees in between the lines and what draws him to beneath the city surface.
Learn his tips and pick up a few urban exploring tricks of your own!
Silhouette shots are one of those styles that seem super easy, but are honestly difficult to get “just right.”
The Phoblographer wrote about three things to keep in mind when shooting silhouette shots, and we think they’re spot-on excellent advice!
Check out the Phoblographer’s perfectly put article here!
Photo by Chris Gampat
The best way to fully immerse yourself in any hobby is to delve in, hands first, from the ground up.
The DIY Konstuktor Camera Kit is your full immersion into photography because you build a fully FUNctional 35mm film camera!
It’s super easy to assemble and a great way to further develop (heh) your love of cameras, or spark a photo-interest in young ones.
We’re throwing in a roll of 35mm film with these kits too, so you’ll be ready to shoot. You’ll soon be handling real prints from a real camera you built yourself.
Dive into your photo hobby with a little DIY love.
Build Your Konstruktor Camera
$39 at the Photojojo Shop
We’ve all seen that dreaded “out of storage” notification pop up on our phones.
(And usually at the worst times.)
But no need to fear! We’ve teamed up with our pals over at Trunx, who’ve provided a super handy guide to help you conquer the storage war on your iOS device.
So take note, ’cause more space means you’ll never have to miss out on an awesome photo op again!
With the 4th of July fast approaching, you’re probably already searching for the best ways to shoot them ‘werks.
We’ve got you covered here with a few quick ‘n dirty tips and an excellent article covering more depth.
Check out even more tips in this article at Digital Photography School.
Photo by Micah Goff