The Budget Photographer Blog

September 17, 2019

So the shot below is a composite of 12 individual photographs. It is a view that I have photographed several times, but even with a 15mm lens its very hard to get the whole thing in one shot. I wanted to also set myself a little bit of a challenge and so here we are! I...

August 26, 2019

A while ago I wrote a blog post about dealing with burnout called "Getting out of a Rut", you can read it HERE. In that post I talked a lot about feeling like i was not progressing with my work, and that I was not producing the standard of material that I should be. 

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May 5, 2019

Im sure that wildlife purists would say that photos taken at a Zoo don't really cound as "true" wildlife photography. There is something about having all the animals placed there in front of you that makes it seem a bit like cheating. The thing is though that the Zoo i...

March 10, 2019

Just got back from a lovely walk today with Emily, doing in introduction to photography walk. This one was a first, teaching in Windsor but it turns out to be a great spot to explore. The Thames walk from Windsor Visitor Center up to the Lock, is a lovely one with narr...

February 21, 2019

Stock photography, or "microstock" as it is sometimes referred to is a potentially highly lucrative revenue stream and method for photographers to earn a little extra money on the side, but is it worth it for the casual budget photographer? I have been selling stock ph...

December 27, 2018

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