Last year I did a post – Photography Christmas Wish List. I thought it would be fun to keep up the tradition and create another list this year.
These are either items I want personally or already own and think you would love them as well :O)
– This is definitely on my list. Have you ever found yourself about to walk out the door only to figure out your battery has one bar left? How about when you have been our shooting your heart out and realize your battery is drained. Get an extra one!
Through the Lens -Camera Necklace- I have been eyeing this necklace for months! Isn’t it a beauty! It’s such a nice simple necklace to display something you love.
Clickin’ Moms Membership – As I have mentioned time and time again, this is such an amazing forum based website! I learned so much from these talented photographers. By becoming a member you get access to tons of information as well as being able to sign up for workshops before nonmembers! This is definitely a must for anyone wanting to learn more about photography.
E-books – If you don’t have time for a workshop, then an ebook is the next best thing. I have found that Clickin’ Moms has some of the best ebooks! I just purchased the “It’s Your Atmosphere” a few weeks back. It is awesome! There are lots of ebooks out there but I have found CM’s to be some of the best!
Under the Tree:
External Hard Drive
– Please, oh please, tell me you already have your photos backed up. But if by the off chance you don’t, why not ask for an external hard drive so you can save all those precious memories you spent hours capturing?
Tamron 18-270mm 3.5-6.3 – If you are planning a trip in 2012 you really shouldn’t leave home without this lens. In fact, even if you don’t have a trip planned, you really can’t go wrong with a lens that covers so much focal length. Just image how much lighter your bag will be when you are able to leave home with one lens that can do so much instead of packing 3 or more lenses. You can read more about the Tamron 18-270mm here.
Scott Kelby’s Digital Photography Boxed Set 1, 2, and 3 – These are fantastic photography books. I have the first two and read them in one sitting.
They are full of some many useful ideas and great tips.
– I realized I listed this one last year but I can’t tell you enough how much easier your life with be with Lightroom. Lightroom was the first and only editing program that I completely understand. It’s extremely user friendly! (Which is on sale by the way!!!)
What do you want for Christmas?? Leave a comment and a link if possible so we can check it out :O)