Category Archives: photography on a budget

Make it Do or Do Without, Next Steps

“Make it do or do without, next steps”  One of my photographic goals for 2016 is to see how much I can get out of the equipment I already own.  Part one will be spending a week working with each … Continue reading

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At what point do you place a price on weight?

At what point do you place a price on weight?  Does the presence of an extra ounce make a difference?  An extra four ounces?  Eight ounces? Or perhaps 10 ounces is the magic number. Years ago I attended a two … Continue reading

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Getting Back to Basics, or Photography on a Shoestring, Part 2-Choosing a Lens

As in birding, I see photography as having many “levels” or approaches when it comes to gear. The type of gear used, and the amount of it depends on personal preference, subjects to be photographed and budget.  There is no … Continue reading

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Getting Back to Basics or Photography on a Shoestring, Part 1,

Photography can be done on many different financial levels.  There will always be those who spend more money on equipment than others.  There will always be those who have more time to devote to photography than others. And, there will … Continue reading

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