Welcome to the holiday gift guide where you will find all the best gifts for photographers.
This list includes some of the best gear on the market and some fun, quirky gifts in every price range.
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Gifts Under $25
SanDisk 64GB Memory Card
Photographers can never have too many memory cards. This one is large enough and fast enough to accommodate most shooting requirements.
SD Card Reader
This SD card reader makes transfer photos from the camera to the computer super easy and keeps you from having to use the actual camera to make the transfer.
Altura Rapid Fire Camera Neck Strap
Traditional camera straps can cause neck pain and make walking with the camera difficult. This crossbody strap relieves the stress on the next and makes carrying the camera a breeze.
Kiorafoto 12 Slot SD Card Holder
This SD card holder case is rugged and will keep all the SD cards safe and organized.
Vizmeo Neoprene Lens Wrap
Protect those valuable lenses with this flexible neoprene lens wraps. Less bulky than traditional lens cases makes these great for traveling.
Camera Lens Coffee Mug
This cute mug could possibly be confused for an actual camera lens. Any photographer would love this gift.
Gifts Under $50
A lens ball will give any photographer their creative mojo back. This shoot-through manipulative creates compelling photos.
Altura DSLR Cleaning Kit
Keeping your DSLR camera and lenses clean is essential to beautiful photos.
Neewer 2 in 1 40″ Tripod
Every photographer needs a good tripod and this one is a tripod and monopod in one. A great value and extremely useful.
Altura Cross Body Sling Camera Backpack
This DSLR camera backpack is incredibly easy to wear and gives the photographer easy access to their camera and lenses on the go.
K&F Concept Variable Neutral Density Filter
A neutral density filter is a tool to lower exposure. This allows for dreamy water photos in bright conditions. Great gift for an advanced photographer. Pay close attention to the size you get as there are different sizes for different lenses.
Gifts Under $150
Fractal Camera Filters
These filters are meant to be held in front of the camera lens to create dramatic and compelling photos.
Adobe Creative Cloud Photography Plan
This Adobe Photography plan includes Lightroom and Photoshop. It is the perfect gift for any photographer looking to start post-processing their photos.
Samsung 1TB Portable External Harddrive
This little portable external hard drive is essential for the photography enthusiast. It can store all the photos and is extremely fast. It’s a personal favorite of mine.
Colored Smoke Bombs
These color smoke bombs can make ordinary photos extraordinary. They are easy to use and add incredible visual interest to photos.
Geekoto Compact Aluminum 77″ 2 in 1 Tripod
This tripod is a step above your standard tripod. It is made with aluminum which makes it extremely light and great for travel. The tripod can also be converted into a 77″ monopod.
The Ultimate Beginner DSLR Photography Course
This course makes a great gift for new DSLR photographers. It also makes a good add on gift if you are gifting someone a camera this year.
Gifts Under $250
Peak Design Everyday Backpack
This is one of the best camera bags on the market. Slim, sleek, and great for everyday use. It’s a highly coveted bag by many photographers.
Holdfast Leather Dual Camera Harness
This is the harness most professional photographers use to have two cameras available at the same time. Incredibly well make and comfortable to wear.
Gifts Over $500
Tamron 24 – 70mm f2.8 Lens
This lens never leaves my camera. It is so versatile and if you were to have only one lens this would be the one. (Picture links to Canon, text links to Nikon)
Sigma Art 35mm f1.4 Lens
This lens has fantastic bokeh and creates beautiful images. If your photographer loves background blur this is the lens to gift. (Picture links to Canon, text links to Nikon)
Are there any gifts I left out? Let me know in the comments!