You know you're tempting fate trying to clean your smartphone's screen with anything other than a micro fiber cloth, but who outside of photographers always has one in easy reach? Anyone, with these iron-on micro fiber patches that let you hide screen and lens cleaners all over your outfit.
Tired of being guilted into putting your phone away while you and your friends have gathered for an evening of Catan? Try convincing them to play Game of Phones instead. It's a simple card game that requires everyone playing to have a smartphone chock full of music, photos, and social media apps—at least if they want…
Acid: expensive, kinda hard to come by, awful hangover. But the pretty colors—I know. Consider Photojojo's Double Exposure Digi Cam instead: it'll merge two images (or videos!) into one warped, dreamlike scene. And it's very small.
Dropping your expensive camera is terrible. Looking like a giant tool while you're snapping photos is also awful. Photojojo's "Handy Dandy Hand Strap" will take care of both, snuggly securing your cam to your hand, all while looking ruggedly beautiful.
Tilt-shift photography has been a buzzy little internet thing for quite a while—but it always requires a mobile app filter, some Photoshop muckery, or an extremely expensive lens. Not anymore! This tiny cam instantly creates the real thing.
Sure, you could spend heaps of money on a fancy waterproof case for your camera, but why would you take that risk when Photojojo's selling a $35 digicam that shoots both photos and video, and can dive to 100ft? [Photojojo]
Looking a whole heap more professional than a DIY ring-flash, Photojojo's $40 flash is light in two ways: it weighs just 700 grams, and uses the light from your existing flashgun to illuminate your photos evenly, and strongly.
You've got a Flip cam and plenty of Hipstamatic filters to get you through your photographic day-to-day. But there's nothing like the experience of a Polaroid. And it's coming back, thanks to the skillful refurbishing of Impossible Project and Photojojo.
Are your Facebook photos of the same boring friends standing around drinking beer getting a bit drab? Photojojo's pocket-sized lens and flash color filters should jazz things up, letting you saturate your scenes with one of eight sturdy acrylic chips.