When it comes to food, the kitchen can be a stressful place. Making sure your party goes off without any mishaps is like running an Olympic-level race! Enter Broma gifting for that perfect hostess gift or on-the-go treat with no cooking required.
The “goop gift guide” is a list of items that are perfect for the photographer. These include items such as a camera bag and lens wipes.
I’m not going to lie: this photography gift guide has me very excited. Also, if you haven’t watched Part 1: For Him and Part 2: For Her, go here and here to view them!
When it comes to cameras, lenses, camera bags, and other accessories, a photographer’s options are almost limitless. It’s almost hard for a new photographer to identify the difference between a good and a bad product. 20.2 megapixels, really? Is it full frame? What’s up with that?
So, to assist you, I’ve compiled a list of my favorite photography gear and accessories, which are ideal for the photographer in your life. Enjoy!
- There’s nothing more personal than a bespoke frame with your own artwork than a Newport Frame (or anything from Framebridge, for that matter).
- Canon EF 100mm 2.8 Macro Lens (Canon EF 100mm 2.8 Macro Lens): This lens was purchased approximately 3 weeks ago, and I haven’t regretted it for a SECOND. It’s the greatest food lens I’ve ever used (yes, even better than my 24-70mm, which I still like and recommend). I would acquire this if you only receive one item from this photographic gift guide.
- For my laptop, I purchased a marble laptop case last autumn. It transforms any PC from drab to fantastic, and it’s a deal for just $15.98.
- No Polaroid, No Problem with the Polaroid Zip Mobile Photo Printer. Polaroid-quality photographs may be printed directly from your iPhone.
- Ona is the best camera bag business out there. Chelsea Saffiano Leather Camera Bag: Ona is the finest camera bag company out there. Their designs are ageless, their craftsmanship is unrivaled, and they’re 1,000 times more helpful than slipping that scarf into your tote bag and delicately wrapping your camera gear around it.
- Canon EOS 6D: I know a lot of people are buzzing about the new 5D Mark IV, but I’ve owned the 6D for over three years and it’s still my favorite camera. It’s a fraction of the cost, yet it still has amazing wifi features, allowing you to send photographs instantly to your smartphone.
- Mug with a Camera Lens: I mean, this is adorable.
- Erickson Woodworks Photo Boards: Anyone who follows me on Snapchat knows how much I adore my Erickson Woodworks Photo Boards. They’re the right size, and each one is manufactured to order according to your preferences (do you want it lighter? Is there anything more that has to be scraped up? Bob, no problem).
- Leather Camera Strap: This traditional leather camera strap will let you carry your camera in elegance.
- External Hard Drive: Be sensible and back up all of your images on an external hard drive.
- My Vanguard Alta Pro Tripod is so ancient that it can no longer sustain the weight of my camera, thus it slowly slips down till it’s parallel with the ground. It’s time for a new one, in my opinion.
- The Canon EF 50mm 1.4STM Lens is the one lens I don’t have but wish I had. A 50mm lens provides an incredible depth of field that makes you feel as though you’re right in the middle of the action. I adore 50mm lenses for food photography.
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