The small Lomography Diana Mini Flash Camera uses retro 35mm films and shoot 36 square shots or half-frame photos. This might not be digital but you surely will love the way your picture will come out. This little camera is pretty unique and the pictures you’ll get will be pure win.
The InstaCube Photo Streamer syncs to your Instagram feed and lets you view the photos and videos shared by your followers in real-time. One of its fun features is that you can save photos for future viewing, something that isn’t so easy to do using the actual Instagram app. This is a cool gift idea for an Instagram addict that might even encourage them to put their phone down once in a while.
Read This If You Want to Take Great Photographs is probably the best comprehensive beginner's guide to photography. Written in a straightforward non-techie language, it’s one of the rare photography tutorials that won’t leave you questioning terms like “chromatic aberration”. Anyone who feels as though they’re not using their DSLR camera to its maximum potential should take the time to read this book.
Veho’s Muvi X-Lapse timelapse camera mount lets you easily record smooth and stable 90° degree to 360° degree timelapse videos or take panoramic photos. Catering to the smartphone photographer, the Muvi X-Lapse comes equipped with a smartphone holder to allow for panoramic timelapse smartphone photography and app-integration. It’s compatible with DSLRs, action-cameras, and digital cameras weighing up to 750 grams. This is a cool camera accessory for an aspiring photographer.
Don’t let your smartphone photos stagnate on your hard drive, print them out directly from your smartphone using this super handy instant printer. Great for sharing memorable photos instantly with friends. You can even add filters before printing using the app. Probably the funnest, most useful smartphone accessory. It even comes equipped with 5 packs of 10 sheets of film.