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This Guy Proposed To His Photographer Girlfriend With A Homemade Camera Lens Box

Matthew Chalker is an “informal educator, curriculum content specialist and digital fabrication expert” from California, but it looks like he can also add master craftsman to the list. He recently spent sixty – Yes, a whole SIXTY – hours creating a custom mechanical aperture engagement ring box to surprise his photographer girlfriend, and the result is stunning!

As you can see, the box opens and closes like the aperture on a camera, AKA the lens’s diaphragm that controls how much light gets in and controls the exposure level.

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Unsurprisingly, she said yes, because what photography lover could say no to their own camera lens engagement box? Especially with a beautiful diamond inside.

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Via boredpanda.com

If you want to create your own, you can find Matthew’s tutorial here. But we’re warning you, it’s pretty complicated!

Otherwise read on to see even more unique proposals! They certainly beat the old getting-down-on-one-knee-in-a-restaurant routine.

Proposing by Dog.

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Via reddit.com

He can ‘pup’ the question for you! Get it?

Or, if your intended is more of a cat person, how about proposing with a kitten?

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Look at that furry little face!

In a photobooth is a neat idea.

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So you can capture that perfect moment forever.

Or maybe with a hidden photographer?

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It’s not as creepy as it sounds.

How about during a Scrabble game?

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etsy.com

If you’re true love is a stickler for grammar and correct spelling.

Or hidden inside a snitch?

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An excellent choice for Harry Potter lovers!

You could spell it out with the ticket stub of every movie you ever went to together.

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Facebook: bthornephotography

Although that requires A LOT of collecting.

Or with a old school love letter.

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Via oneoriginjewelry.com

They’re a classic for a reason.

This Mario box is perfect for gamers.

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A proposal worthy of princess peach.

As is this lifesize Monopoly board.

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Via themetapicture.com

Just make sure it doesn’t end violently like most games of Monopoly…

Foodies will eat up this s’more proposal.

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Via danielmoyerphotography.com

Nom.

But in the end, nothing beats getting engaged at Disneyland.

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Via whiterabbitphotoboutique.com

After all, it’s the home of happily ever after.

Which was your favourite proposal?



Sophie Lloydhttps://culturepoppress.wordpress.com/
I’m a freelance journalist and general arty person. I love anything creative and I have a degree in Fine Art as well as a Master’s in Arts Journalism. I’m passionate about fashion, feminism and bacon, and have a morbid streak that can only be satisfied with pizza and horror films. Follow me on Twitter for more of my random ramblings.

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