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We’ve had 35 Episodes of our Photojojo Weekly Podcast Challenge! We are taking a break from the podcast so we can work on other fun Photojojo ideas, but we wanted to feature our challenge winners from Episodes 31-34 on the blog!

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Photojojo Weekly Photo Challenge: Episodes 31-34

We’ve had 30 Episodes of our Photojojo Weekly Podcast Challenge so far! Can you believe it? We sure can’t, and we can’t believe how great your photo submissions are. Here are our challenge winners from Episodes 21-30.

You can join the #photojojoweeklyphoto fun by listening on iTunes or Soundcloud.

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Photojojo Weekly Photo Challenge: Episodes 21-30

We’ve had 20 Episodes of our Photojojo Weekly Podcast Challenge so far! Can you believe it? We sure can’t, and we can’t believe how great your photo submissions are. Here are our challenge winners from Episodes 11-20.

You can join the #photojojoweeklyphoto fun by listening on iTunes or Soundcloud.

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Photojojo Weekly Photo Challenge: Episodes 11-20

ICYMI – we started a Podcast! We love listening to podcasts, so we thought, why not start our own? Thus, the Photojojo Weekly Podcast Challenge was born.

We’ve done 13 awesome #photojojoweeklyphoto episodes so far, and you can join in on the fun by listening on iTunes or Soundcloud.

Every 10 episodes, we’re going to share our winners, so, without further ado, here are the champions for Episodes 1-10!

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Photojojo Weekly Photo Challenge: Episodes 1-10

Here in the Photojojo office, we love, love podcasts. We listen to comedy podcasts, music podcasts, educational podcasts, and even podcasts for making podcasts.

That last one inspired and encouraged us to start our very own podcast about something we also love SO much – photography! And the Photojojo Photo-a-Week Challenge was born.

Read on for some info about how to enter our podcast challenge and learn about some of our other favorite photography podcasts.

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Enter the Photojojo Weekly Photo Challenge!

Everyone’s been there – front and center, in a dark, sweaty club crammed between hundreds of rabid fans listening to your favorite band.

So, you pull out your iPhone because this is a moment you totally need to remember forever.

But let’s be honest – what kind of memory is a blurry guitar player or the back of another concert goer’s head? Not a very good one (and we all know it).

So we chatted with Madison-based concert photographer Justin Kibbel to learn his simple tips for capturing that dynamic rock-n-roll moment with your DSLR with a few tips for phoneographers too.

From gear to ninja stealth, he’s got a LOT of great advice.

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Tips for Mastering Concert Photography

Nothing gives you more creative control over your photo snapping, than venturing into the world of DSLR photo-ing.

You can trick out your camera with new lenses, lights, tripods, and more to get just the photo-style you’re looking for. But, figuring out what lens to pick up first can be daunting.

So, we asked our Twitter followers (that’s you! Or … it could be) what lenses they first bought (or wish they had) after their kit lens – and we got lots of great answers and advice!

We’ve put these tips into this helpful guide so buying your first lens will be easy-peasy.

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Which DSLR Lens Should You Choose?

We love it when our friends do cool things, especially when they’re cool photo or video things. And we love it even more when they tell us all the secrets to how they did it.

Our friend Meg is in the band Seasaw and she recently used a few Photojojo products, an app, and an iPhone to make their latest music video – a cover of Weezer’s “Say It Ain’t So.”

The entire video was shot in just six hours, in a kitchen. Say whaaaat? Just how did they do it?

Below you can find Meg’s steps to music video magic, and try one or all of these tips when filming your next flick!

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How Seasaw Filmed a Music Video in Just 6 Hours, and You Can Too!

It’s that time of year – the stars will soon be on the red carpet, and the golden statues given once again. It’s Oscar Season!

The 2017 Academy Award nominations run the gamut of filmmaking, but they all have one thing in common – they are filmed beautifully, feature perfect lighting, and capture breathtaking audio.

We’ve compiled a list of some of our favorite Oscar nominations and winners, of this year and years past, along with some tips for using Photojojo gadgets when creating your own Oscar-worthy piece of cinema.

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Tips for Making Your Own Oscar-Worthy Film

The Polaroid ZIP Mobile Printer makes super sticky tiny prints of all your best photos.

They’re so sticky in fact, that they can stick to almost anything.

Anything you say?

We couldn’t believe it either, so we took to covering some of our favorite things in our favorite pictures. Ya know, to prove it (not just because we wanted to cover everything in adorable, miniature snapshots).

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How To Cover Everything Ever in Photos!