2007 Holiday Gift Guide
We ask four photographers whose work we admire to tell us about the tools they use and the gear they'd like to add to their kits.
If you’re looking for something to tie up in a bow for a photographer this holiday season — or if you’re a photographer trying to decide what to put on your own gift list — you’ll find a plethora of camera components and photo gadgets to sort through. But different types of photographers benefit from different tools, and just looking at whatever is being billed as the latest and greatest imaging tech won’t always lead you to the gear that will make the best addition to your gift recipient’s photographic kit.
To put all that merchandise in context, we asked four photographers whose work we admire to tell us about the tools they use to create it and the gear they’d like to add to their kits. Each of them talked to us about the items they use for a specific type of photography and why they find them useful. We hope you’ll be inspired by their images — you’ll find a gallery of each photographer’s work in the sections below — and find what they told us helpful in selecting just the right gift for the photographer on your list.
|Portrait Photographer: Bryan Officer Get perfect people pictures with Bryan Officer’s holiday gift recommendations.||Wildlife and Nature Photographer: John Hyde Get closer to nature with John Hyde’s holiday gift recommendations.|
|Travel and Landscape Photographer: Anne Archambault Start your next adventure with Anne Archambault’s holiday gift recommendations.||Sports Photographer: Wilson Tsoi Capture those game-breaking shots with Wilson Tsoi’s holiday gift recommendations.|
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American Photo Editors’ Choice 2007
Popular Photography Best Products of 2007
2006 Holiday Gift Guide