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Post-Holiday Gifts for the Photographer Who Has Everything

It's illogical to publish a gift-giving post exclusively around the winter holidays. There's so much online noise and people hawking products ... I decided to be much more quiet and post something about photographers and gift giving after the holidays. Besides, you've probably just returned unwanted items and gotten your credit card charges erased or pocketed extra gift cash. You might try one of the following as the gift you'd like to give yourself, particularly if you're the photographer who has everything! Click on each photo for more information.
Vintage cameras painted on pillows - from Etsy
Throw this ball in the air and it will take mind-blowing panoramic photos
Grow Your Photography Business in 2012
Camera lens coffee mug
Use a free pattern to knit handy photo-taking mittens
Use your own photography to complete this customizable game
Retro camera cash-and-card holder
Camera cookie cutters make sweet gifts
Designer camera straps - be chic in 2012
Keen insights by an Academy Award winning documentary filmmaker



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One of my friends has that coffee mug. When he first brought it at the office, I said, "you can't put hot water on an old lens and I can't believe you're doing that." He smiled and showed me that it was just a mug. Whew!
January 17, 2012 | Unregistered CommenterHannah
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