Wood Camera Tape Dispenser
wood camera tape dispenser would make a nice addition to my desk, or is also really cute for a kids’ room. It would fit in nicely next to my vintage Breakstone’s wood box (which holds the mail), ball jar (for change) and an old silver cup (that keeps the pencils organized). Found at the online shop The Wanderlust, which is filled with lots magical bits and baubles for the home and more.
Photo: The Wanderlust
many great photography apps available, but by far my favorite at the moment is the Camera+ app from tap tap tap. Tons of features and effects make for easy editing, and instantly transform common photographs into beautiful ones. So when I forget my Nikon at home (or its just too bulky to take with me), I rely on camera+ to catch those spontaneous shots in a pinch.
retro "tailfins" effect
I’m late to this, but I was just introduced to GoPro and like what the California based company’s all about. They make a line of cameras that are mountable or wearable and can be used for different functions from surfing to skydiving and everything in between. Videos or pics, the qualities great and a cool way to document just about anything.
Photo: GoPro (facebook)
Wood Camera $32
becoming firewood, seriously. This wood camera is made in New Hampshire from hardwoods that were going to be used as firewood. It features a movable lens, see-thru view finder, nylon cord and is finished in food grade tung oil. It’s sold at ROMP, an online store for little ones that is worth checking out. Super cute toys that promote learning and are handmade from natural materials.