Another Photojojo tutorial! I have lots of experience with this one and from all my travelling, I haven’t damaged a roll yet. Read how here.
I’m back to writing tutorials for Photojojo! The latest one is for all you film photographers. We have a tendency to stock up on film when we can find it for a good price, but that means it’s going to take awhile to get through. Left in the wrong conditions, film will deteriorate, but store it properly and you’ll enjoy film for much longer!
I have a new tutorial up at Photojojo. This one was really tricky to complete because I’d never tried anything like it before, but I’ve kept the etchings I made and think they look pretty great in the window of my house.
I wrote a new tutorial! And to prove that I do more than just write tutorials for other blogs, I’m going to have my very own post here today. Promise!
I wrote a new tutorial for Photojojo for the holidays. I had a good giggle when I photoshopped a Santa hat on Mouse. Dogs in hats. Hilarious!
The second of my tutorials for Photojojo. Read it here.
Things have been busy here – hence the lack of blog posts – but you should know I wrote a tutorial on my film stickers for Photojojo. Check it out here.
When it comes to technology, I want it to work a certain way. And if it doesn’t, I’m pretty quick to discard it. The same thing applies to apps – especially camera apps.
Last month, as part of my experiment in using a different camera each month, I used my iPhone. I had tried out a few apps before that month based on reviews and suggestions, but I got a chance to really experiment with things on my own.
Here’s what I learned! Continue reading “iPhoneography – A low-down on apps from a finicky person”
I was doing a little spring cleaning the other day and I came across my sticker maker. I bought it years ago, but I rarely use it. At the same time, I just happened to be sorting and filing some of my negatives and a thought occurred… Film stickers!
If you’re interested in making some of your own, then follow along with me! Continue reading “Film Stickers Tutorial”