Some explosions are loud and pretty. Like fireworks.
Other explosions are quiet and pretty. Like this amazing photo album that we’re gonna teach you to make.
That’s right! We’re gonna lead you step by step through the surprisingly simple process of making an Exploding Box Photo Album!
(Don’t worry, it doesn’t really explode. No safety goggles needed.)
Being behind a camera is definitely one of the best places to be, but channeling all that creativity can sometimes take you away from appreciating your surroundings.
Get your Zen on with this article by Aaron Eisenberg. He lays out some excellent tips on being mindful of the moment, while still capturing it.
We plucked out a few of our favorites here:
- Rather than going into a place and snapping away, take time to look around and find the best shot or two. This saves digital storage, creates better photos and gathers greater memories!
- Spend a day taking notes rather than snapping photos. This can spark conversations and provide you with more depth to your documentation.
- Forget about likes and favorites while you’re on vacation. Wait to post your photos on social media until after you’re home again.
Photo by Aaron Eisenberg
Packing photo gear for a trip can be a daunting endeavor. You’ll want to return with perfect photos, but just how do you make that happen?
Our pal, Brandon, braved the crowds and dodged NYC traffic to photograph some of New York City’s most iconic spots. He returned with amazing photos! So we asked him – Just how did he do it?
Find out what gear he brought along on his jam packed day to make his photo-heavy trip effortless, unique and to make the memories last a lifetime.
Happy New iPhone Day!!!
While you’re queuing up to snag your brand new phone, check out these accessories to deck it out.
And remember: On Wednesdays, our iPhones wear pink.
Looking for roommates? Putting your place on the market?
Maybe you just wanna show your IG followers your sweet new setup?
Good thing we’ve got a few simple tricks to help you present the best features of your home! You’ll receive compliments from potential roommates, buyers, and followers in no time.
Read on and your house will be the star of the real estate listings!
The windows of high rise buildings offer the best city views. Capturing that view, without reflections that make the city look like it’s under alien attack, can be a frustrating venture.
QT Luong, a photog famous for capturing all 59 US National Parks in large format, offers up some advice on avoiding window pain.
We love his “oh duh” tip of cleaning the window as well as the more advanced advice like ensuring the window is shaded from sunlight, using a rubber hood or dark cloth to make a seal with the window and removing your polarizing filter. Techniques that work well for DSLR and phone cameras alike!
Photo by QT Luong
Headed back to school, or know someone who is? Well, it’s time to prep yourself for the most photogenic year ever!
Check out our list of school supplies that are sure to put the cool in Back to School.
Working from home sounds pretty terrific, whether you’re a full-time freelancer or starting a semester of Photo 101!
But how do you get work done with at-home comforts and distractions around every corner?
We asked a freelance photog and several Photojojo team members how they focus on work while resisting the allure of procrastination.
Read their tips and fave “working from home” perks!
Name: Erin “Ern” Robins
What Do You Do Here? I carefully piece words together in fun ways to describe how awesome our products are!
Favorite Camera: My favorite camera tends to be the one I’m saving up for – currently a FujiFilm X-T1. But my phone, LG G2, is always there for me, which is way more useful than a wish-list camera!
Being creative is often considered a luxury. However, the folks at Café Art are taking steps to make art accessible for everyone.
Back in July, they handed out 100 dispo cams to homeless individuals around London. Allowing many of them a much needed creative outlet and the opportunity to be featured in a calendar being put together via Kickstater.
Check out a few of the photos and stories here. Contribute to the Kickstarter and receive your own calendar or original print. Proceeds go toward the artists, production costs and donations to offset the ecological impact of printing and shipping the calendars.
Wow. Café Art seriously knows how to be the good in this world.
Photo by 16 Year Old, Ellen Rostant