10 Last-Minute Gift Ideas for Photographers
4 10 Last-Minute Gift Ideas for Photographers
|Make family-time for every hour of the day with Present Time’s funky Photo Frame Clock.|
As the name suggests, this is no ordinary clock or photo frame, but an innovative combination of the two. The clock comes in a multi-colored design, but more conservative photographers can opt for a more sedate black or sleek-looking silver version. Each model incorporates twelve individual mini photo frames for you to customize with your own/your recipient’s images.
Fill it with family photos or memories of fun times you’ve shared. Or if there’s been a new addition to the family, you could use it to display the little one’s progress over the past year. Each clock measures 16 x 2 x 16 inches and can hold 4 photos of 1.5 x 2.5 inches and 8 photos of 1.5 x 1.5 inches. You’ll need one AA battery to power the clock mechanism, so don’t forget to pop that in before you wrap it up!
|Make your soft furnishings a real talking-point with one (or two) of these quirky cushions.|
Infinitely more huggable than a real lens, these plump, plush cushions offer a unique way for a photographer to pay homage to their hobby and stay cozy through the cold winter nights. At the moment they’re available in either Canon (50mm) or Nikon (35mm) designs (contact the inventors to campaign for your preferred optic) and feature superbly-detailed stitching that recreates the text, logos and switches that appear on your favorite lens. According to Photojojo, every pillow is pre-hugged by a team of koalas to ensure maximum huggability!
These funky cushions measure 8 x 7 x 7 inches and are hand-made, with a mixture of soft felt and fleece material on the outside and a plump, padded inner. The Lens Pillow is a Limited Edition product: with just 100 available in total, snap one up now before they’re all gone!
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