Gift Ideas for Photographers
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Finding the right gift can be a challenge. We wanted to help you whether you are searching for someone or don’t know what to ask for, we have created a great list of gift ideas for photographers. Our list includes some of our favorites and some we are hoping for as well. Some links are affiliate links so thanks in advance if you purchase something and support Click it Up a Notch.

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Gift ideas for photographers

Stocking stuffers:
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Editing Day Mug
*Anyone in my family reading this…take note*
How cute is this coffee mug! Maybe if you feel this lovely up with tea and coffee you will stay motivated to sit and get all your editing done. Plus there are tons of other photography related mugs and more on this site.

Eye-fi card
The Eyefi card is perfect for the photographer who wants quick access to her shots on another device. You can take a shot and if you want to use it for Instagram you can quickly view it on your iPhone & then share. It saves time when you want to share something fast.

Joby GripTight GorillaPod Smartphone Tripod Stand (XL)
A really flexible and stable tripod for your smartphone makes capturing photos super easy! So much potential for creative perspectives–you can wrap this thing around a tree branch and shoot from the bird’s eye! So much fun!

Peak Design Capture Camera Clip” target=”_blank”>Peak Design Capture Camera Clip
This clip allows you the ability to carry your DSLR directly on your backpack strap, belt or purse bag—right there!! So close! It’s a quick release for instant access to get that shot. Ideal for any situation where you’re carrying your camera around and wanting to shoot as you go–hikes, photo walks, weddings, etc!

Bronze Vintage Camera Necklace (Blue)
Show of your love of photography with this fun necklace.

The Unexpected Everyday
If that photographer in your life is looking for a 30 day challenge to improve their skills and capture the everyday moments of their little one’s lives, this ebook is exactly what they need.

Gift card to Design Aglow or Artifact Uprising
Both of these companies are my new obsessions. They have so many cool products and since it would be hard to know exactly which one your photographer would want, go ahead and get them a gift card. They will thank you for it!

Under the tree:
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Manfrotto tripod
This Manfrotto tripod is perfect for food photography. Relatively light weight, with an easy to use ball head. It’s sturdy enough to hold a heavy DSLR & has a quick release plate with safety. While it doesn’t have the smallest minimal height available, at 19 inches, it’s still a good height for table top shots.

Lowel EGO Tabletop Lamp
This lamp is the one thing that saves you in the winter when shooting food! You can now shoot at night with it.

Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5
A powerful editing tool that polishes off your photos with a variety of controls and adjustments! Read more about why we love Lightroom and some of our basic Lightroom tips.

Forever Notes
This is perfect for the photographer who not only wants to capture the photo but loss to write down their thoughts day. A 365 daily journal leaves space for you to write and for the child to draw or include an image. Already ordered one to give as a gift.

Fujifilm Instax Mini 8 and film
The Fujifilm Instax is perfect for any photographer wanting to capture fun and unique snapshots Polaroid style. It’s also so easy to use that the littlest members in your family can contribute to the fun too!

SHUTTER|bag camera bag
I adore my SHUTTER|bags. They hold up well and are so stylish. I use this bag not only for my camera bag but my everyday bag as well. The padding helps keep my gear safe and there is plenty of room for my personal items. Use the code: CLICKITUP to receive $25 off.

Clickin’ Moms membership
Clickin’ Moms is a friendly forum for both beginner and seasoned photographers. Clickin’ Moms offers tutorials anywhere from shooting and editing to finding your style, portfolio building, and building a business. And as always live interaction with other photographers. It’s a go to place to learn for any photographer wanting to build skills, take classes, and build relationships with others in the field.

Photography heart tee
I may have just bought this as I was putting this guide together. It’s too cute to wait for Santa to bring it to me. I love a graphic tee and this one is simple and is so me.

Santa baby:
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Tamron 70-200mm 2.8
This lens is amazing! The compression, focal length and color are incredible. It blows me away every time I put it on my camera. You can read more about how great this lens is – 70-200mm 2.8 review.

Nikon D750
This camera is amazing. It’s light weight, includes video and wi-fi plus has great ISO capabilities. I sure hope this one ends up under my tree.

Looking for more gift ideas for photographers:
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A photographers wish list
Photographer’s Christmas wish list
-The Ultimate Gift Guide of the Best Gifts for Photographers

17 Comments
  • November 19, 2014 at 1:56 PM

    Well, Courtney, you have officially prompted me to start my Christmas list! These are awesome gift ideas! And I heart the Photography heart tee! I’ve been looking for a good photog tee vendor. Thanks!

  • November 19, 2014 at 2:30 PM

    Loving this list ! I would definitely add a iMac to it! Wish ful wish list!

  • November 19, 2014 at 3:12 PM

    I just sent the links to the mug and tee to my husband ;). Cheers!

  • Ed C
    November 19, 2014 at 3:29 PM

    You will LOVE the D750! Awesome camera!

  • Dianne
    November 19, 2014 at 4:11 PM

    I have a Lilah Snow camera bag (in the Pippi style), but have been hanging out for the new Zoe style since I saw their sneak peak. I have put that on my list this year since they will be out by Christmas. ( http://www.lilahsnow.com ) I would also really like a nice strap for my Canon to replace the black one that came with it, but haven’t quite narrowed down which one I want yet! Great list!

  • Marsha
    November 19, 2014 at 8:05 PM

    About a month ago, I bought myself a beautiful camera strap from http://www.jodiescamerastraps.com
    She has a lot to choose from!! And you can have it personalized also. Mine only cost $30 plus $5 S/H. Such a great way to personalize your camera. I’ve told fellow photographers to put one on their Christmas list :)

  • November 19, 2014 at 8:11 PM

    Any recommendation for a new camera strap? I thought I saw one from you somewhere but can’t find it:(
    Thanks!

  • November 19, 2014 at 9:06 PM

    I love my Foto strap! http://fotostrap.com/ (www.fotostrap.com) I had my name engraved on the strap. It’s super comfortable!

    For my Chrstmas list. Oh how I would love a Canon 1dMarkV. “Please Santa”!

    I have a fun pinterest board with gift ideas. Connie Etter

  • Monica
    November 20, 2014 at 12:31 PM

    OH SANTA BABY!!!!

    We’re low-income, but I LOVE my photography. A girl can dream (or just save up her money), can’t she?!?! :)

    This whole page is on my and my husband’s secret pinterest board – maybe he’ll get at least one hint…

    • Desire L
      November 20, 2014 at 4:28 PM

      I have been hoping for a canon 5d3 for Christmas but after looking up the D750 I think I may be a canon trader and switch systems! Thank God I only have one canon prime lens. Now must be the time to switch! Thanks for posting for me to see it!

      • Desire L
        November 20, 2014 at 4:29 PM

        haha wrong spot my bad!

  • November 20, 2014 at 1:01 PM

    I just want gift cards to B&H!

  • November 20, 2014 at 10:17 PM

    My big want is the Fuji X-10. I know two people who have it. They LOVE it.

  • November 21, 2014 at 9:43 AM

    great topic! I do find myself frustrated as the day gets away and then i’m ready to shoot at sundown, perfect! thank you.

  • Erin
    November 25, 2014 at 11:10 AM

    I want that EyeFi Card!

  • November 26, 2014 at 9:58 AM

    I want it all! But most of all I want that 70-200mm 2.8 Lens.

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