Unique Photo Carves Photography-Themed Pumpkins

Author's Note: This post originally appeared on the Unique Photo Blog.

Have you noticed a horrendous lack of photographic pumpkins out there? No, not pumpkin cameras. I mean pumpkins carved by photographers, for photographers. There are a few bobbing around the vast sea of the Internet, but seriously…With the amount of photographers in the world [Completely unfounded "fact": 2 in 1 people are photographers], why are there no carvings of cameras, camera brands, camera phones, or even just something remotely related to photography? That’s where we come in. The diligent staff here at Unique Photo took it upon themselves to change the Internet forever with a brief series of pumpkin carvings that accurately fill that oh-so-empty void. Halloween isn’t just for kids… Photographers are people too, you know! Below are just some of the carvings that our staff creatives have come up with:

Adobe Photoshop pumpkin by Nick Andriuolo.

"No Flash Photography” (Flash symbol pumpkin) by Lauren Farer

“20.3 MP(Megapumpkins) Mirrorless Analog Squash w/Optional Jayme V. Glamour Background” by Ryan Alexander. This pumpkin consists of a real, working eyecup, a pumpkin DSLR body, and an old film canister as a lens.

Sony NEX pumpkin (featuring a “witch-tographer” shooting bats) by Taryn Truese

Film Roll pumpkin by Jayme Vieira

Film Roll pumpkin by Jayme Vieira

Canon pumpkin by Dan Schenker

Canon pumpkin by Dan Schenker

The world’s first-ever Instant Pinhole Pumpkin Camera, created by Nick Mancini.

The world’s first-ever Instant Pinhole Pumpkin Camera, created by Nick Mancini.

Have you carved your own photo-pumpkins? We want to see them! Leave a comment below with a link to yours. Also, many thanks go out to the great people at Fairfield Farms for providing the pumpkins for this project. Support local businesses!