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12 Holiday Gift Ideas for Photographers

Looking for help comparing Canon dSLR cameras? Check out this guide comparing the Canon t3i vs t4i and this newer guide comparing the Canon t5i vs t4i. You’re best bet is to either buy the Canon t4i with the 18-135mm lens or the older Canon t3i with an 18-55mm. There’s really not much reason to pay a premium for the newer Canon t5i.

Title sound familiar? It should. It’s basically last week’s post… but now, it’s evenĀ better! It’s a Slideshare presentation!

Sorry, couldn’t resist. I’m just posting this to try out the embed feature of Slideshare. I made a presentation on Slideshare with the same basic ideas as last week’s post about holiday shopping. Check it out, and let me know what you think.

Looking for other gift ideas? Check out this post about mother’s day gift ideas for photographers.

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  1. corporate Gifts says: December 21, 2013

    Another option might be to take an image or logo that the photo gift
    idea recipient especially loves and have it
    mounted on useful items like coffee mugs, t-shirts, caps mouse pads,
    commemorative ceramic plates, etc. She will always smell just the way you like and she will be very
    happy to think that you always remember what she likes.
    Shipping Christmas presents to friends and family can be really frustrating.

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