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DIY: Geometric Wall Décor

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What do the Pythagorean Theorum, protractors and high school students scratching their heads all have in common? Geometry!

Geometry isn’t always fun, but when you combine (or add) it with photos, the results are just fantastic.

Hang your photos in triangles for to create totally fun geometric wall décor that’ll really (math) class up your walls.

Even those of us who are less than stellar at geometry, need not fear. This project is easy as 3.14.

Create Your Own Geometric Wall Décor

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DIY: Polaroid Frame Tea Bag Tags
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Wouldn’t it be great to drink tea and show off some happy snaps at the same time?

It turns out you totally can! Talk about a multitasking tea break.

Take your tea parties to the next level by switching your boring ol’ tea labels for a custom polaroid frame.

It’s super easy, and best of all, you can make these in about the same time as it takes for a cup of tea to steep.

So dah-ling, can we interest you in a spot of tea?

Learn How to Make Polaroid Frame Tea Bags

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The Impossible Instant Photo Lab
Turns Pixels Into Polaroids

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Congrats! You’ve got a golden ticket.

If you manage to be good and live through this tour, you’ll be the proud owner of your very own Candy Factory Photo Lab!

The Impossible Instant Photo Lab takes any photo from your phone and turns is into a real live physical polaroid.

This portable lab uses the traditional photo chemistry inside of Impossible Project Polariod film to make you a beautiful analog print.

Pull up any photo on your phone, edit it to your liking, then print!

Combine the thrill of instant prints with the camera you always have on you. We’d take that over a chocolate river any day (and we love chocolate).

Check Out The Impossible Instant Photo Lab
$299 at the Photojojo Store

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Picture Pumpkins: Give Your Halloween Memories a Gourdy Glow
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We’ve all been there.

You’ve braved the pumpkin’s innards and spent hours etching its Titian-hued flesh.

Then, the neighbor’s cat dashes by the window (or was that a ghost?) and suddenly you’ve lopped the smirk right off of Jack O. Lantern’s face.

It’s time to defy the exacting standards of our annual October undertaking and replace them with a more photo-realistic (because we’re using a real picture!) and totally classy (because we’re framing it!) pumpkin.

It’s a gourd revolution!

Make a Simple Picture Pumpkin

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Photojojo’s GIF Guide: Your Giffiest Questions, Answered

Our friend Margo (dancin’ on the right there) has a real gift for making gifs.

She can crank out a masterful gif, in a jiff.

Margo has made some jolly good gifs for the Photojojo Shop (and points beyond).

So, we grabbed our most giferiffic questions, and sat her down to gab gifs.

We’ve gathered her answers in The Ultimate Gif Guide. Read it to find how she makes gorgeous gifs, how you can too and just how to pronounce “gif” in the first place.

Read The Ultimate Gif Guide, Then Go Forth And Gif

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DIY: Fringed Photo Cupcake Toppers
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There is only one thing better than a cupcake with sprinkles… a cupcake with sprinkles AND a personalized cupcake topper. That’s a fact.

Yes friends, store bought toppers are like, so 2001.

We’ll show you how you can turn your photos into fun fringed cupcake toppers.

Dig out the scissors, print out some photos, frost and sprinkle your cupcakes, and let’s get fringing!

Learn How to Make Fringed Photo Cupcake Toppers

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Make Ol’ Timey Roundographs
On Your Phone

The Kodak No. 1 was the first camera available to non-pros. It let anyone document and share their day to day life.

It was the o.g. Instagram.

Uniquely, photos taken with the Kodak No. 1 were printed in charming 2.5″ sepia circles.

The National Media Museum just released a set of Kodak No. 1 photos and it turns out day-to-day life in the 1890′s was pretty cool. Boat rides, beach trips, and hats galore!

They inspired us to give our photos that Kodak No. 1 look. So, we cooked up this simple recipe:

  1. Crop your photo into a circle. We used PicFrame.
  2. Run it through a black and white Instagram filter but don’t post it. Put your phone in airplane mode before you hit “share” and when the upload fails, just X it out. (It’ll save the filtered photo to your phone.)
  3. Run the photo you just saved though Instagram one more time. This time, use a filter with a brownish tint for that ol’ timey feel. (We like Hefe and Sutro best).
  4. Turn off airplane mode and share away! (Whatever hashtag the first Kodak users used has been lost to history. But we’re using #Roundograph.)

It’s that easy! Give your photos that great 1888 look using just a couple of apps… Or invest in headwear (those folks seriously loved their hats).

Get Inspired by Ol’ Timey Roundographs via Gizmodo

p.s. Hey SF Bay Area! We’re having a Sony Smart Lens Party next week. Lenses on-hand to play with and purchase! RSVP or Find out more.


   
   
Four Techniques For Adding
Cinematic Polish to Your Videos

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We’ve found the secret to making your video footage downright moving! The (not so) secret, is moving your camera as you shoot.

The Mobislyder makes it easy to add dimension to your videos with pro level pans and epically smooth pulls.

This gizmo is a shrunken down version of the big ‘ol sliders used on movie sets.

It’s made of precision cut aluminum and fitted with an adjustable clamp to hold tight to any camera phone.

We’ve been having a ball with this gadget and are here to share our four fave techniques for adding professional polish to your next videographic masterpiece.

Check Out The Mobislyder
$95 at the Photojojo Store

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Photo Magnetism: Super Simple Photo Magnets

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Simple is the name of the game with these photo magnets.

Using only a few ingredients you can turn small photos into awesome pieces of refrigerator art.

They are fun to make, easy on the brain and cute as all get out. Once you make the first one you’ll want to start an assembly line of relaxation. A very productive assembly line of relaxation.

Simple, short and sweet. Score!

Make Super Simple Photo Magnets

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PopMask: Photomasks So Realistic It’s Spooky


Don’t just steal your roommate’s jacket to go as them for Halloween. Transform yourself more convincingly. Steal their face!

We’re not talking skin-suit levels of creep here…

Thanks to the good folks at PopMask all it takes is a photo of their smiling face to get your very own roommate mask.

Upload a photo of a face, any face, and they’ll send you a high quality mask.

PopMask – Get the Face You’ve Always Wanted

p.s. Hey San Francisco! Have you tried Google Shopping Express? It’s FREE same-day delivery and you can get Photojojo stuff.


   

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