20 Gifts For Anyone Obsessed With Photography Do you know anyone who always needs to get that shot? Always losing their lens cap? Looking for fun visual inspiration? Here’s the ultimate gift guide for every photography lover on your list. Budget Travel Tuesday, Dec 16, 2014, 5:00 PM Constantly losing a lens cap when you travel? This HACKxTACK magnetic clip keeps your lens cap secured where you want it—attached to clothing, a bag, or your camera strap. It even comes in a variety of classy wooden finishes. From $24. (Courtesy HACKxTACK) Budget Travel LLC, 2016
 

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20 Gifts For Anyone Obsessed With Photography

Do you know anyone who always needs to get that shot? Always losing their lens cap? Looking for fun visual inspiration? Here’s the ultimate gift guide for every photography lover on your list.

  • HACKxTACK
  • GoPro Fetch
  • Humans of New York
  • the power wallet phone charger
  • Joby GripTight GorillaPod Magnetic
  • The Photographers Playbook
  • Create Your Own Pinhole Camera
  • film roll salt and pepper shakers
  • The Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic Camera
  • Fujifilm INSTAX instant Smartphone Printer
  • mini photo album
  • Canon camera mugs
  • Eye-Fi Wireless SD Card
  • shotglass lens set
  • Selfie Stick
  • Polaroad Hot Shoe Three Axis Triple Bubble Level
  • Olloclip 4-in-1 lens for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus
  • Photojojo Camalapse
  • Une Bobine charging cable
  • Lomography 428 Film Scanner

Constantly losing a lens cap when you travel? This HACKxTACK magnetic clip keeps your lens cap secured where you want it—attached to clothing, a bag, or your camera strap. It even comes in a variety of classy wooden finishes. From $24.

(Courtesy HACKxTACK)

Have you always wanted to capture the world from your dog's point of view? Now's your chance—grab your GoPro and take the GoPro Fetch dog harness for a spin. From $59.99.

(Courtesy GoPro)

Humans of New York is the perfect coffee table book or great for easy reading on the train. Everyone from avid street photographers to photography lovers will appreciate these unexpected and touching stories of everyday people author Brandon Stanton encounters on the Big Apple's busy streets. Barnes & Noble, from $17.99.

(Courtesy Barnes and Noble)

The fashionable wristlet holds everything you might need on the go and can even hold and charge a large smartphone like the iPhone 6 Plus. The Power Wallet, From $79.99.

(Courtesy Photojojo)

This convenient tripod doesn't just stand in place, it molds around what's there and has strong magnets to keep the photos coming from all angles. The Joby GripTight GorillaPod Magnetic For Smartphones can even be molded into a small ball to fit into that extra bit of space in any suitcase. From $39.95.

(Courtesy Joby)

Get inspired by reading famous photographers' tips and tricks while also challenging yourself to go outside of your comfort zone. The Photographer's Playbook: 307 Assignments and Ideas is the gift that keeps on giving.From $24.95.

(Courtesy Urban Outfitters)

Pinhole photography is a fun homage to the history of photography. Learn how a camera captures an image and have some fun building this cardboard camera for just $1.99—down from $19.95! Create Your Own Pinhole Camera, Barnes & Noble.

(Courtesy Barnes and Noble)

Spice things up with these #throwback film canisters and bring your love of photography into the kitchen! Film Roll Salt and Pepper Shakers, from $15.

(Courtesy Photojojo)

The Fujifilm Instax Mini 90 Neo Classic Camera is a retro version of the popular instax cameras, perfect for parties or to document a road trip. One fun feature to play with is the double exposure setting—just keep in mind that film can be costly nowadays. From $200.

(Courtesy Urban Outfitters)

Instantly print and share snaps from your smartphone in 16 seconds thanks to the Fujifilm Instax Instant Smartphone Printer. You can even print directly from Facebook or Instagram and display the photo likes. It is lightweight and portable, perfect to bring with you on your next trip! From $199.

(Courtesy Urban Outfitters)

If you end up getting the Instax Mini camera and printer, where are you going to put all your photos? Try this nifty mini photo album, available in three colors: blue, pink, and black. From $12. 

(Courtesy Urban Outfitters)

Need some caffeine at your next early morning photo-shoot? Look no further than your camera bag. These "Canon" and "Nikon" branded lenses look real, and even have moving buttons for fun! Whatever you do, just make sure you don't pour your coffee into your actual lens. From $24-$35.

(Courtesy Photojojo)

Give your camera magic powers! Send photos from your DSLR or point and shoot camera directly to your phone, via Wi-Fi for easy social sharing without being hassled with cables or card readers for quick Facebook or Instagram updates while you're on the road. Eye-Fi Wireless SD Card, 8GB, From $49.95.

(Courtesy Photojojo)

This set of three tiny ceramic lenses lets you take a different kind of "shot." These cute containers come in both "Canon" and "Nikon" styles and can even be used in cooking, for holding toothpicks, or for keeping you organized on the go. From $18.

(Courtesy Photojojo)

Bring your selfies to the next level. Sure, you'll look ridiculous, but isn't it better than asking a stranger to snag a photo of you in front of every rock in the Grand Canyon? Selfie Stick, UrbanOutfitters.com, from $30.

(Courtesy Urban Outfitters)

Crooked horizons? Make sure your camera is level with this lightweight and precise tool. Polaroad Hot Shoe Three Axis Triple Bubble Level, Amazon.com, from $8.99.

(Courtesy Amazon.com)

This versatile Olloclip 4-in-1 lens for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus is pocket-sized and now works both on front and back phone cameras.From $79.99.

(Courtesy Olloclip)

Capture 360 degree panoramas and time lapse videos on your smartphone easily with Photojojo's Camalapse rotating stand. This amazing product also works for small cameras weighing less than a pound and can be easily attached to tripods. From $30-$40.

(Courtesy Photojojo)

Photojojo's bendy Une Bobine charging cable works like a tripod allowing you to take photos while it charges. From $20 to $34.95.

(Courtesy Photojojo)

Uploading your next #ThrowbackThursday photo just got easier! Scan old film negatives to be saved on your smartphone and easily share via social media with the Lomography 428 Film Scanner. From $43.

(Courtesy Amazon.com)
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