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Photojojo!: Insanely Great Photo Projects and DIY Ideas Paperback – September 15, 2009
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KELLY JENSEN sews, knits, draws, builds stuff, embroiders, cooks, messes with cameras, and wrestles her Boston terrier. When not busy with the above, she’s worked as a freelance photographer and cataloguer of the teratology collection at the MŸtter Museum. She lives in San Francisco with her husband, Bryan, and Molly, the dog (as seen on the cover).
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Top Customer Reviews
I read it cover to cover in one night. Once I was done, I immediately came back to Amazon to purchase two more copies for my other photog friends! Get it - you won't regret it!
Part two will provide you with a more creative ways to take photos that surely make your photos stand out among your friends. Some of the ideas / tutorial are doggie cam, painting with light, photo projects, street photography and so many more.
Some ideas are a bit complex to make, especially if you are not into DIY (Do It yourself), but Photojojo describes it very clearly including tips where to get the ingredients. In the creative photo taking section, all you need is a regular compact camera or entry level DSLR cameras.
Selling at less $15, this book is surprisingly very well made. It is full color book with thick art paper. The jacket is very well made and durable as well. Photojojo also makes a great gift for your friends or family who love photography
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- creating cool art (ie. Making photo chandeliers, page 99)
- having cool experiences (ie. How to photograph strangers... by bribing them with candy, page 133)
- building cool photography tools (ie. How to make a string monopod, page 167)
Flipping through these pages will get you inspired and buzzing with ideas... but the real magic happens when you *do* the projects listed within.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Let's make it clear - this is NOT a how-to manual for a camera. It doesn't tell you how to set shutter speed or anything like that. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Lisa Shea
This book has some great ideas to go along with my new photojojo fisheye lens!Published 19 months ago by vdayoub
thx for inspiration its very awesome. some i did not even think of so cool. I wish i was awesome.Published 20 months ago by MVP