Yes I do have a few. I can watch any bloody gory horror movie and have no reaction (other than boredom), but if I see this one inocuous thing in particular (I ain't gonna tell you guys for obvious reasons), I freak out like crazy. And I'm perfectly fine seeing it in real life; my phobia only pertains to still photos and video images. A few other things make me feel the same way (again only in still photos), but this one particular thing happens to come on TV once in a while.
These phobias originated when as a child I would look through a book or magazine and have a startle reaction occur at the same time as seeing the photo, whether because the image itself was unexpected (such as when I turned to the next page and didn't expect to see something so different) or "scary" or because something else startled me while looking at it. I had sensory sensitivities of various kinds (certain sounds freaked me out as well) and unfamiliar images in books often needed to be processed rather slowly, such as slowly revealing the image little by little by turning the page slowly. Being confronted with it all at once sometimes startled me, and then that startle reaction became transferred to any encounter with similar images.
What is funny is that I could see any of these things in real life and have no problem at all seeing them. And I am such a constant shutterbag, so I have at times taken pictures of these things. But then I shudder when I look at these photos. Once I put some into my photo album, and then I began avoiding those pages that had the photos, and eventually I had to remove them from the album all together. LOL