When it comes to modern street photographers, few are as…

When it comes to modern street photographers, few are as successful at their craft as Troy Holden, who lives in works in San Francisco. 

On his blog, Troy shares snapshots that capture that seem to capture the essence of San Francisco in a way that few others can. 

San Francisco Street Photographer Sums up the City in Snapshots

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Mobile battery backups are a dime a dozen, but few are as…

Mobile battery backups are a dime a dozen, but few are as stylish and easy to use as The Bolt

Not only does it pack twice the amount of juice as your average battery backup, but it plugs directly into the wall! 

The Bolt is the Portable Battery Backup of Your Dreams


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Give old film rolls new life!We’ve got rolls resurrected as…


Give old film rolls new life!

We’ve got rolls resurrected as magnets in the PJ shop.

Perfect for displaying photo prints.

Grab a Set Of Film Roll Magnets


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Remember Kodak? They were a formidable photo company as late as…

Remember Kodak? They were a formidable photo company as late as the 1990s, but with the rise of digital and smartphones, they’ve seen a steady decline.

The New York Times has your fascinating weekend read about how a photography pioneer tries to reinvent itself in the 21st century.

How Kodak is Trying To Reinvent Itself For the Smartphone Era

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Photo Idea: Recreate your favorite couple’s first date as…

Photo Idea: Recreate your favorite couple’s first date as a photo shoot.

Joy, founder of Oh Joy, and Bob did just that in a Valentine’s Day collaboration with Banana Republic.

Recreating a First Date as a Photoshoot

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So many yesses!  These photos are of violinist Jascha Heifetz as…

So many yesses! 

These photos are of violinist Jascha Heifetz as photographed by Gjon Mili in 1952 for LIFE Magazine.

Those squiggles are exactly what you suspect they are — a light attached to Jascha’s bow.

Violin Lightpaintings

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