There is a lovely, albeit hugely expensive, resource that I inherited at my school called Tangible Object Cards. https://www.enablemart.com/tangible-object-cards (It's a newer version than the ones I had, but the same idea.)
Unfortunately, it has several problems. The one I'm addressing here is that the cards come with highly symbolic PECS pictures to attach to them. The idea is that the student can pull the picture card off the object card, and slowly learn that the picture is the same thing as the object. (Although I have some students that I'm only using the object cards themselves with, particularly my blind and low vision students and those with cognitively degenerative conditions.)
Of course, the issue here is that the next step in understanding symbols is photographs, then highly representative pictures, and THEN stick figure style pictures. The cards they give jump two of those steps, and quite frankly, my kids don't understand the connection.
So these are photos of the object cards themselves (both the set from Ablemart and the ones I made on my own - I spent fifty bucks to make about ten sets of them) which is about the closest you can get to the object itself while still being a photo. They aren't all the object cards, but there are plenty, and I'm hoping this will spare you the effort of having to do a mini photo shoot and editing on your own!