Photo-opoly is a Monopoly clone in which you use 22 of your own photographs for “property”. An fun idea might be to print out your friend’s photographs, customize the game with them, and give it to them as an awesome photo gift. You can pick one up for $27 over on Amazon.
If you desperately want to make your phone look like a camera but our Leica-lookalike skin isn’t right for you, you can try printing out a camera yourself if you have a transparent case for your phone. yellow15 over at NikonJin recently transformed his iPhone 4 into a Nikon Rangefinder by printing the image out and sticking it behind his case. He also made the source image available for download. If you have a high quality printer at your disposal this could be quick way to give your phone a touch of photography awesomeness.
Pentax is trying all sorts of ways to differentiate its cameras from the 800-pound gorillas in the camera market, and apparently thinks customization is the best way to go. After allowing customizer the colors on traditionally boring-looking DSLRs with their K-x, they’ve just announced two new compact cameras that allow users to choose their own style.
Suzieautomatic’s original Canon-style dial sticker was a bit hit in the blogosphere, but it left many non-Canonites wondering whether they could buy one to match their preferred brand.
But suzieatomatic didn’t neglect Nikonians and Leicans for long.
Now, in addition to Canon vinyl decals, the seller is offering Nikon and Leica versions for laptops, also for $15.
The Etsy dealer also released stickers that are customized for some select camera models. So far, as a spectacular ode to camera geekdom, they’ve got stickers for the the Nikon D90, Canon 5D Mark II, and most recently, for the Canon EOS 40D.
And if you got your hands on the iPad this past weekend, suzieatomatic also released an appropriately sized Canon decal.
For whatever brand camp you fall into, your swag can be really specific to what you’re repping.