camera 101: use natural light

A shot is as great as its lighting. Find a setting with multiple light sources—a bright light near the camera; a filling, ambient light that softens shadows; and a back light behind the subject that adds depth. Windows on sunny days often act as perfect on-the-go key and fill lights. Just turn on a lamp behind your subject for depth.


shop savvy: AT&T’s new Chicago flagship store

Watch this video for a glimpse of this 10,000-square foot retail experience with an apps lounge, offering the chance to demo new products in development from the AT&T Foundry and shop exclusive accessories designed by Chicago artists.


smart follow: inspiration

Missing that spark lately? These social media accounts can help you get it back.



AT&T Locker

Back up your biz with AT&T Locker

July 2013

Until he got his tablet, celebrity hairstylist Benjamin Mohapi had to drag around hefty portfolios to show his work to potential clients. Now that he has thousands of photos at his fingertips, he may not have to worry about injuring his back, but if he were to lose or permanently damage his device, he’d have a serious problem.

AT&T Locker reduces that risk. Locker is a cloud-storage system that lets you store your photos—as well as videos, documents and even music—in one convenient place that can be accessed from your compatible tablet, smartphone and computer. Plus, with up to 5 GB of free storage you won’t worry about running out of space. AT&T Locker is part of the Smart Solutions suite of services. To learn more, go to att.com/locker.

—Jill Galsworthy

AT&T Locker: Requires compatible iPhone 3G, 4 or 4S, or Internet access from computer. You must enable the Easy Upload feature in order for your content to be automatically uploaded to the AT&T cloud. Download and usage from wireless device may consume data. Service intended for U.S.-based customers only. For terms, see att.com/wirelesslegal.

Data charges may apply to app usage.