If you ever stumble upon a swarm of fireflies, slowing your shutter speed can produce dazzling results. Yume Cyan has been shooting long exposure images of the bioluminescent insects in a forest outside Nagoya City, Japan.
Long Exposure Photos of Fireflies in Japan
via Colossal / Thanks Morgan!
Teresa Franco’s Tips for Shooting Macros on Your Phone
When Teresa’s not studying up for her nursing degree, she’s chasing grasshoppers and fungi to get the best macro photos ever.
We asked her what her favorite apps, lenses, and tips were for getting such great shots & she has so many good recs!
Check out her macro phoneography tips.
Ever tried lighting a subject’s face with the glow of your phone or using the sun at different angles for dramatic effects? If not, you haven’t LIVED (j/k)!
Don’t worry though, our Phoneography 101 course has plenty of lighting tips from the fundamentals to experimentally creative. And yup, you can do this with a camera you already have (your phone).
Learn way cool lighting tips in Phoneography 101
p.s. Everyone gets a free Photojojo Gift Card for signing up. Yay!
If the iPhone 5 is on your wishlist, you’re crossing your fingers that it’s coming as a gift *really soon.*
Here are 12 gadgets that’ll help you get the most out of your new
12 iPhoneography Gadgets for Your Future iPhone 5
Pictured: The iPhone Video Rig
Projecteo is a tiny projector that’s made to show off your Instagrams.
You can have your Instagrams printed onto 35mm slide film — each film wheel can show 9 Instagram photos!
It’s like slide projectors of yore, just smaller and a million times cuter.
Projecteo — A Tiny Analog Projector to Show Off Your Instagrams
via welovephoneography; Uncrate; Amy Zaiss