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Photojojo’s iPhone Lens Wallet, A Camera System In Your Pocket

Photojojo’s new iPhone Lens Wallet is a safe place to store the entire Photojojo lens lineup, and it’s small enough that it can live in your daily murse/purse. It even holds a tripod, and can be bought either empty or…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Photojojo’s Table Dolly Resembles A Robot Dinosaur

  Photojojo’s Table Dolly is – on the face of things – a super-adjustable way to film professional-looking dolly shots in your kitchen or on your stylish blond-wood parquet floors. But looked at a different way, it could be a…Read more ›    [Read More…]

Photojojo’s Pocket Reflector Is Like A Solar-Powered Flash

If you never used a reflector to help out the lighting in your photos, you’ll probably be pretty surprised at just how big a difference they can make. A reflector can kick back light into the shadows of your subject, taking a standard boring portrait and turning it into something that looks way way better, […]

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Photojojo’s LED Lighting Bank Will Brighten Up Your iPhoneography

Counter-intuitive though it may seem, taking a light source and putting it right up close to your subject’s face – as close as you can without getting it in frame – makes for softer light. Why? Because it makes the light bigger in relation to the subject. If that subject is a face, a bigger light can “wrap around” its contours and fill in its own shadows.

And the Photojojo Pocket Spotlight is  [Read More…]

Photojojo’s $20 iPhone Polarizer, And Why You Want It

Question: What’s the only (non-gimmicky) photographic filter that can’t be duplicated in software? That’s right, you smart genius you! It’s the polarizer. A polarizer will do two things for your photography: it’ll increase the saturation of the colors in your pictures, and it’ll cut out unwanted reflections from glass and water. And Photojojo will now sell you one that’ll clip right onto your iPhone.

The $ 20 polarizer is simple. It  [Read More…]

Photojojo’s Lightning SD Card Reader For iPads Mini and 4

I consider Apple’s Lightning SD card adapter to be a step backwards – the original camera connection kit not only included an SD dongle and a USB port, but it also provided them in convenient, pocketable, non-be-cabled form.

Thanks to the fine folks at Photojojo, though, you can now relive the excitement of not using a cable to plug in your SD card with the Lightning SD Reader.

There are a couple of connectors,  [Read More…]