Monday, July 9, 2012

Photography On A Shoestring Budget, Part 1: Introduction

Photography can be very expensive. You can literally drop tens of thousands of dollars on equipment and accessories. Nowadays, most people don't have that kind of spare money lying around. Budgets are tight. That is why I'm writing this series--to help those with a limited budget realize that they don't have to break the bank on photography.

In Part 2 we will discuss the best inexpensive camera choices (including free cameras!). Part 3 will include accessories like tripods and filters. Part 4 will cover post-processing software. Part 5 will include studio alternatives. I'll talk about in Part 6 cheap and free ways to get news, information, ideas and inspiration. In Part 7 we'll discuss free marketing ideas. And if I think of some more that should be talked about, well, that will be Part 8.

I'll be adding a new part to this series about once per week, so stay tuned and check back often! 
California Sunset - Stallion Springs, California
The above photograph didn't cost a dime to create. You don't have to spend even one dollar to be a photographer!
Backyard Feed Barn - Palo Verde, Arizona
This photograph was captured using a free SLR--I just had to pay for the film and development!
Agave Plant - Goodyear, Arizona
 I used a $20 camera to capture the above image.

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