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This is obviously just for fun. I personally have a number of stickers on my laptop. Now I wish I had saved room for this one. Photojojo has a decal that looks just like a camera dial and it’s selling for a mere $2.50 U.S. dollars.

Best of all, Camera Dial Decals are available in Canon and Nikon versions. Because we all know there are two types of people in this world: those that brake for Nikons and those that don’t let friends buy one.

For more information check out the Photojojo site.

I love gadgets. I really like to try out new technology and find out if it really can improve quality, decrease time, or is it just a fine gadget to have. Well Epic Edits has generated a list of Must Have Online Tools for Professional Photographers. That list includes:

  1. The Library of Congress
  2. Getty Images
  3. Sports Shooter
  4. Photography Blog
  5. Photojojo
  6. Digital Photography Review
  8. Smugmug
  9. Photo.Net
  10. Digital Photography Magazine

How many of these do you have? If you are wondering why these are important tools for photographers read the complete article here.

Do you:

  • Have baller writing skills?
  • Pro-style social media moves?
  • Sickening levels of enthusiasm?
  • Come up with good ideas AND get shit done?
  • Stay ridiculously organized?
  • Love photography more than anything?

If you answer yes to these and you love San Francisco, California, then Photojojo may have just the opportunity for you. For more information check out the announcement here.

Photojojo has a really cool way to hold your camera gear while you’re out and about. I love the stylish look and the big strap looks like it’ll be comfortable across the should for a long time.

Other key features include the adjustable and padded compartments; it’s water repellent, and it’s easy to clean.

Order yours for just $149 and have it shipped by the end of May.

People say that art is a great investment.

Well yeah, for people who are already rich. We are fabulous, yes, but rich? Not so much.

What to do if you want art on your walls that’s not your own? Search the web for an artistic windfall?

No, silly! Get Photojojo to do it for you! We’ve been combing the market and found 20 great photographers you can afford, even on a wee skimpy budget. Most of them sell prints for $25 or less.

So give your piggy-bank a friendly pat and put him back on the shelf. The little guy can remain happily unbroken. [via Photojojo]

Read the rest of the story.

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Here’s another great tip from Photojojo. They’re always doing great stuff for photographers and those who enjoy photos.

The Photographic Dictionary pairs photos with definitions of words, but this isn’t your bog standard A-is-for-Apple dictionary.

Abstract ideas like ascent, vacuous and curiosity are our favorites, but even prosaic nouns like office and bridge make you think in a different way.

Whether you’ve got writer’s block or photographer’s ennui or the systemic aesthetic doldrums, the Photographic Dictionary is good for what ails you. [via Photojojo]

Check it out and give it a try.

Photojojo shares some creative ideas with viewers.

Since a film canister is just a sheet of decorated metal, there are tons of things you can make out of it. Flatten it out to cover a belt buckle, curve a small strip to make an adjustable ring, or cut it into discs to make earrings or dog tags. Or you can leave the canister whole and turn it into a keychain. You’re excited, right? Darned right you are. Let’s get started!

Read the article to find out more.

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  • thebail: Reblogged this on Underwater Ap
  • Veronica Lynne: Did you use it? It's RODEO time! That might make a good pic for the fb page to.
  • Veronica Lynne: Certainly. I am flattered. Just give credit--ChromaticSoul Photos. Also, I would love to see how you use it. The rodei is this weekend! Veronica Lynn