Days is a journal disguised as an iOS app to document your life as it happens – in photographs.
Shoot photos throughout the day, and publish your post of images the following day in a visually delightful grid of time-stamped pics.
How is this different from Instagram? So many ways. Cool ways, too.
Did you know that white balance is the quickest way to turn your camera into an InstaLomoCrosstography machine?
This tutorial is a fun, simple way to play with colour a la Instagram or Lomography without any apps or chemicals!
All you need to do is take the correct white balance and set it to the “wrong” white balance to get sweet shifts in tones and colours.
We put together a guide on exactly what kind of colour shifts you’ll get with each setting. No Android-based technology here. You can do it all with the settings your camera already has!
Create Sweet White Balance Experiments
Why it’s cool:
Did you know that your brain has magic colour changing abilities? Well, sort of.
Your brain can’t change it’s own colour (bummer!), but it does an awesome job at making sure the colour white always looks that way. In other words, our brains are stuck in Auto White Balance.
Keen to try shooting the night sky and to capture star trails? Here’s a great article from Photojojo to inspire you… enjoy!
It’s beautiful and sparkly. It’s the night sky!
When the night is clear, the stars and astrophotographers come out to play. But you don’t need to be an astronomer to shoot the stars. We’ll show you how.
Immortalize the ever-changing cosmos in glorious photos with a few handy rules on tripod-use and exposure.
Whether you’re shooting the auroras or want to capture star trails, long exposures will get you there. Read on for our best tips!
How to Catch Stars With Your Camera
Steven Kasprzyk started Megabolt — a group of artists working with a group of brave kids — and last night he got engaged in a photobooth at Ace Hotel Portland.
Congratulations, lovebirds! 🙂
– reblogged from Photojojo –
Following on from my recent posts about the appeal of lo-fi phoneography, here’s a great article from Photojojo detailing their all-time favourite phone photo tricks for phoneography amazingness that’ll wow your friends and your Instagram art critics.
10 TIPS TO IMPROVE YOUR PHONEOGRAPHY:
Recently I’ve been pondering what to do with an unopened box of Ilford black & white photographic paper, as sadly I no longer have access to a chemical darkroom or enlarger. But then a recent Photojojo article fortuitously reminded me of the joys of making photograms!
Have you heard of photograms? (That’s a very basic example above, and below – two of the very first I ever made.)
above images ⓒ SWS
More importantly, did you know you can easily make funky images at home with a simple do-it-yourself darkroom? If no, read on! (If yes, why not go ahead and read on anyway?!)