2011 gift guides: Photophile

I have always thought that photography is the gift that keeps on giving. After the party is over or the moment has passed, it’s great to have a photograph to remember it by, and photo gadgets are pretty fun, too! So give the photophiles in your life a gift that keeps their passion alive. Here are some of my favorites. — Stephanie

1. The Chalkboard Speech Bubble, $30; 2. Vintage Camera Pencil Sharpener, $18; 3. USB Film Roll, $20; 4. Lomography Fisheye 2 Camera, $74.95; 5. Small Pink and Brown Herringbone DSLR Camera Bag, $125; 6. DSLR Camera Hand-Carved Rubber Stamp, $6

7. Vintage Camera Bookends, $65; 8. Vintage Brass Camera Necklace, $14.90; 9. Wood Camera iPhone 4/iPhone 4S Case, $42; 10. The Instax Mini 7s and Mini 25 Instant Cameras, $124–$140; 11. Fisheye, Macro, Wide Angle and Telephoto Phone Lenses, all three for $49

  1. I want that chalkboard bubble!!
    And I have the instax camera, it’s pretty great!

  2. Connie says:

    Oh my Gosh! A collection after my own heart!

  3. These are such cute ideas! We especially love the Instax.. just used up some instant film at a wedding we shot earlier this month: http://happyfridaysunday.com/blog/?p=97

  4. i really really need a new camera!!!

  5. Kim says:

    I LOVE the camera bag and the phone case. I hate my ugly and bulky black Nikon camera case. I have a bunch of cool iPad/ laptop cases on my site today, but now I want to add these to my tech accessory list! http://www.loveumadly.com/2011/11/product-obsession-ispy-cool-tech-accessories/

  6. Alice Baxley says:

    loving that little film flash drive! cute items xx

  7. Joyce says:

    So many items that I like! But I think I like the book stand, flash drive and sharpener most!

  8. laurie says:

    any recommendations for a lovely camera strap for said photophile?

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