Monthly Archives: April 2012

Our Favorite #gorillapod Photos from the Week on Instagram

We think Instagram is great for a lot a reasons—an awesome community of photographers, snazzy filters and lots of fun hashtags. This probably won’t come as a surprise, but our personal favorite is #gorillapod. Here are some of our favorite #gorillapod photos shared on Instagram from the past week. It inspires us to see our GorillaPods in action and […]

HDR Photography with Eric B. Wood

A few weeks ago, we asked New York-based photographer Eric Wood to share some of his tips and tricks for HDR photography. We were curious about HDR and he was stoked to share with us. Instead of a simple list of tips and tricks, he came back to us with this awesome discussion about his […]

Our Favorite #gorillapod Photos from this Week on Instagram

We think Instagram is great for a lot a reasons—an awesome community of photographers, snazzy filters and lots of fun hashtags. This probably won’t come as a surprise, but our personal favorite is #gorillapod. Here are some of our favorite #gorillapod photos shared on Instagram from the past few weeks. It inspires us to see our GorillaPods in action […]

Galileo Time-Lapse Demo

A few weeks ago we shared Galileo—the newest brainchild of JOBY Founder JoeBen Bervirt and JOBY Alum Josh Guyot. In case you missed it, Galileo is a revolutionary, iOS-controlled robotic iPhone platform with infinite spherical rotation capability. Just swipe your finger on the screen of your iPad or other iOS device and Galileo reacts, orienting your […]

GorillaPod Love

Now, this is something that we just can’t say enough—you photographers out there using our GorillaPods, you are an incredibly talented bunch! We’re constantly impressed by the images you capture and your passion for photography. Plus, we love getting glimpses of places near and far all over the world while we sit behind our computer […]

A 180° Shift from iPhoneography: Ian Ruhter’s Silver and Light

We’re going to take a break from all the phone photography love happening on the JOBY blog to introduce you to Ian Ruhter. Ian Ruhter is an Los Angeles-based photographer who specializes in wet plate photography—a process that came into vogue during the Civil War Era and creates unique images on metal plates. Each plate is […]

March JOBY Staff Photo Contest

We’ve got quite the talented team here at JOBY and a few months ago I decided to test their skills with a monthly photography contest.  Each month features a new theme,  folks submit their best work, then we vote for our favorites. Sticking with the theme that has taken over JOBY for the month of […]