Eye-Fi Video Wireless Memory Cards!

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Indeedy-deed, what was once a simple vision of the future is now a reality, and just in time for Dad’s Day (it’s right around the corner kids) on June 22nd!

We’re talking NEW Eye-Fi SD Memory Cards with wireless photo (and now video) camera to computer uploading.

Thanks to Eye-Fi technology and a little help from the internetz you are now able to …

  • Wirelessly upload photos and video from your camera to your computer
  • Transfer images from remote locations to file sharing sites
  • And even Geo-tag your images on the spot!

Eye-Fi Wireless Photo and Video Memory Cards  Twitter It!
4GB Share is $79.99 and 4GB Explore is $99.99 at the Photojojo Shop!

Photojojo’s Father’s Day Gift Guide 2009

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Pa, Da, Dad, Daddy,
Father, Baba, Papi, Pops…
Whatever you call him, he’s an OK guy.

And he deserves a shout-out this time of year, so do the man a favor, show him some love.

Lure him out of the Barcalounger and take some pictures together, or pick up a little sump’m sump’m for the guy.

We’ve got all you need in that department: presents to procure, gadgets to grab, and projects to perpetrate. Poppa’s livin’ large this year.

Photojojo’s Father’s Day Gift Guide 2009

p.s. Pssst… Father’s Day is June 21st this year. Hop to, kiddos!

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Make Your Own Amoeba-shaped Cork Board Photo Frame

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There was a fair lass from New York
who made a big board out of cork.
She pushed in some pins
and then for the win
she filled it with pictures of Bjork.

Make your Own Amoeba-shaped Cork Board Photo Frame

p.s. Bjork not mandatory. You can put photos of anyone you want in this postmodern freeform amoeba-shaped bulletin board/picture frame.

p.s. Great news! The Super Secret Spy Lens is back in stock and we’re giving away two lenses to celebrate! RT or follow @Photojojo before Sunday to enter.

Photo credits: mark sebastian, D. Sharon Pruitt / Pink Sherbet Photography.

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The Photoshop Photo Frame

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Thanks to Photojojo (and designer Irina Blok), you may now enjoy the comforting presence of Adobe Photoshop even when your computer’s off!

Introducing The Photoshop Photo Frame — a nifty little design piece that’ll surely stop your Photo-shopping heart in its tracks.

This (real life) desktop frame is screen printed down to the last pixel: window buttons, scroll bars, “.jpg” title, and even a “transparent” checkered background.

… now, if only life itself had a friendlier GUI.

The Photoshop Photo Frame  Twitter It!
$39 at the Photojojo Shop!

Remember Everything With Your Camera and Evernote

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Study the following phrases carefully:

  • Absent-….ed professor
  • One-track ….
  • Get your …. out of the gutter

If any words appear to be missing, you may have lost your mind.

The good news is, your trusty camera can keep your mind from wandering off!

Snap a picture of anything you want to remember and drop the photo into Evernote.

This clever little app turns your picture into a note (it can even read text in your photo) and creates a collection of little reminders.

Use tags to search for related notes, or add them to a to-do list. You can access the database from your smartphone, desktop, or the web, so it’s available wherever you go.

Take snapshots of places you want to explore, or ideas scribbled on napkins, and pretty soon you’ll remember everything!

Your mind may still wander, but at least you’ll know where it was.

Evernote: Use Your Camera to Remember Everything
Thanks to reader to Lindsay Leung for the tip!

p.s. Evernote works with your scanner too! (And screenshots, and your webcam, and Eye-Fi cards…) Check out their blog for ideas and tips on using the app.

The Best Free Photos on the Web (Where to Find Them and What to Do With Them)

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Ya know what we like best about Teh Intertubes? The pictures.

No, wait, scratch that — the FREE pictures.

Now that the Library of Congress and NASA and the New York Public Library all have their collections online, there are more copyright-free pictures around than you can shake a stick at.

What to do with all those free pictures?

  • Cover your ceiling with photos from the Hubble telescope.
  • Frame some vintage portraits and tell people they’re your relatives.
  • Make DIY greeting cards and you’ll never have to give Hallmark another dime!
  • Beautify your abode’s blankest, bleakest, boring-est white walls.
  • Heck, sleep in a big pile of prints if it makes ya happy!

Keep reading for where to find the greatest photos on the web, and what to do with ’em when you find them.

The Best Free Photos (Where to Find ‘Em and How to Use ‘Em)

Photos courtesy of: The Library of Congress and NASA

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Make Your Camera Theft-Proof: Harness the Power of Ugly!

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Jimmie went to a bad part of Rio. Jimmie’s nice shiny camera got stolen.

Jimmie uglified his next camera. 4000 photos later, Jimmie still has his camera.

The moral: an ugly camera attracts less attention when you’re shooting in a rough area.

How to uglify your camera:

  • Cover the shiny surface with artist’s tape or black photo tape, which come off without leaving residue on your camera.
  • Color the tape with black and/or brown markers to make it look dirty.
  • Use pieces of duct tape to make the camera look barely held together (layer the duct tape over artist’s tape to avoid sticky residue).

Using your ugly camera:

  • Don’t carry a nice camera bag. Use a nondescript bag or a diaper bag instead.
  • Turn off the LCD screen (or cover it up) and hold the camera to your eye instead. If thieves think you have a film camera, they won’t want it. Sad but true.

Urban Camouflage: The Uglified Camera
via jimmieprogers.com

Photo credit: connors934

Photo Murals for Your Ceiling! Whoa!

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Water stains. Ceiling tiles. All those pencils you stuck up there.

So many evils can mar your ceiling. But take heart, photo peeps!

Your ceiling’s not the boss of you.

Cover that water damage with a colorful mural, or slap a collage of fluffy clouds over those grimy ceiling tiles.

All ya need to make it happen are some photo Post-its and a stepstool.

Yessir, everything’s looking up!

How to Make a Photo Mural for Your Ceiling

p.s. Hey Chicago! Hey Milwaukee! Photojojo readers are gettin’ together to shoot pix. Check out the forum thread for dates/times/mucho bueno info!

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Project 1976: Making a Photo History of the Year You Were Born

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Sveinn Birkir has been collecting images from 1976 to make a visual anthology of the year he was born.

Freaking rad!

Wanna make your own Project 1976? Search Flickr or Google Image Search for your birth year and see what comes up.

Look for events that happened and things that came out that year (cars, products, albums, movies). Who was on the cover of Time or Rolling Stone? Who died or was born that year?

Sprinkle in some family photos and show off your time capsule! Start a photoblog, or print the photos and stick ’em on the wall.

Better yet, do this for a pal (or your kid, if you’ve got one of those) and make it into a book for their birthday. Better even than cupcakes, amigo.

Project 1976
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p.s. We really wish our name was Sveinn.

10 Online Photography Magazines We Love

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Photo mags: stylish, stirring, spendy.

Unless you know where to look, that is.

Get all the art rags you could want online without dropping a single ducat!

We’ve been dredging The Internets and rounding up 10 of our favorite webmags.

Get inspired, see what’s new, or submit your work and start building a name for yourself; just start reading!

10 Online Photography Magazines We Love

p.s. We still love printed magazines, too: JPG and Blind Spot are two favorites!

Photo credits: James Harris, Laura Pannack

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