Need help finding gifts for the aspiring photographer in your life? We've highlighted a handful that will ensure they never miss that perfect shot.

Taking amazing quality photos and video is easier than ever with the cameras found on today's high end smartphones. There are devices available beyond the stock smartphone shooter that meet the needs for every photographer, whether they be a professional or ameteur. It's up to you to choose what suits your skills. For even more gift ideas for the holiday season, feel free to check out our extensive 2015 Holiday Gift Guide.

iPhone 6s Plus

The new iPhone 6s Plus is the largest iPhone to date featuring a 5.5-inch retina HD display. It captures stunning images with its 12-megapixel iSight camera and is capable of recording 4K video at 30 frames per second. For the smartphone photographer this device is an excellent option with Apple's new Live Photos feature, face detection, noise reduction, burst mode, and exposure control. The iPhone 6s Plus is available in 16, 64, and 128GB models and comes in a handful of colors.

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GoPro HERO4 Session Starter Bundle

GoPro's new HERO 4 Session is their smallest and lightest camera yet. Not only does it capture professional quality video at up to 1440p, it can snap 8-megapixel photos with a 10FPS burst. Its durable, waterproof design is built to handle every environment without extra housing. Even for a novice the HERO 4 Session is simple to use with its one-button control. This starter bundle includes everything needed to jump right into the action: the HERO 4 Session Camera, headstrap mount with quick clip, and a 32GB MicroSDHC card.

$199 at Amazon

Olloclip Lens Attachment

A unique gift for any iPhone 6/6s or 6/6s Plus owner is the Olloclip 4-in-1 Lens that adds flare to photos taken with the device. This lens simply slips over the top of the iPhone, resting above the stock camera. You can swap between 4 different style lenses including fisheye, wide-angle, 10x macro, and 15x macro. The Olloclip Lens is easily portable too, so you can keep it in your pocket until you're ready to take a picture. Although it's not very compatible with any iPhone cases, Olloclip does offer a compatible skin case with a perfect cutout for the lens system.

$80 at Amazon

Sony a7R II Mirrorless Digital Camera

The Sony a7R II uses the world's first full-frame back-illuminated Exmor RCMOS 42.4MP sensor — ideal for low light situations — and features 5-axis image stabilization that's optimized for full-frame, 4K video recording. It's also Wi-Fi enabled to connect to your smartphone to sync your shots instantly. The redesigned shutter of the Sony a7R II promises to reduce vibration by 50% and allows silent shooting. Its 3-inch tilting LCD has been upgraded with a magnification of 0.78X as well.

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Joby Gorillapod Tripod

Much more flexible and versatile than the average tripod, the Gorillapod is designed to attach to cameras with a 1/4" or 3/8" tripod thread and features flexible joints that bend and rotate 360-degrees for the optimal position. This tripod is built tough and supports an overall weight of 6.6 lbs. and uses ring/foot grips that enhance its stability and grip. Adding this camera accessory to your arsenal will allow you to capture unique shots in all sorts of environments.

$60 at Amazon

Case Logic Hybrid Camera Case

If you're using a respectable camera you should have a way to protect it when traveling. Sized for easy portability, this compact camera case provides a safe and efficient way to travel with your high zoom camera. With plenty of zippered storage inside and out, there's ample room for memory cards, USB cables, lens caps, batteries, your go-to lens and camera. The integrated belt loop, padded handle, and removable shoulder strap provides multiple carrying options to meet your needs. These Case Logic hybrid cases come in an assortment of sizes as well if you need extra room.

$11 at Amazon

Nikon D3200 DSLR Camera (Lenses Bundle)

An excellent entry-level camera to consider for the aspiring photographer is the Nikon D3200 DSLR. Its 24-megapixel sensor produces low noise images at a high resolution using a user-friendly interface. Whether you're using raw or JPEG modes, images taken with the D3200 are of an outstanding quality for its price range. When it comes to shooting video, the dedicated record button makes it quick and simple while you capture amazing Full HD 1080p video. Nikon's Autofocus Technology packs a bunch of built-in features that manage the best shots for environment. Included with this bundle are 18-55mm and 55-200mm lenses.

$500 at Amazon