Vancouver Scenic Photography Sale – Limited Time

Last modified on June 29th, 2009

About 18 months ago a few people encouraged me to put some of my photos online for sale. Given that my Vancouver scenery ones are the most popular photos in my portfolio, I’ve pretty much only focused on that. I’ve actually made a decent amount by selling them, probably enough to be able to afford a cheap lens, which is pretty cool.

The next item on my wish list is the Canon EOS 5D Mark II camera, which is one of the most affordable full frame cameras on the market. Unfortunately, the list price of that camera is around $3200, so it’s a bit outside of my price range at this point. So, I’m going to try to come up with a few different ways to try and close the price gap.

The first way I thought I’d raise a few bucks is by offering a sale on some of my Vancouver HDR photos. For a limited time (probably only a week or two), I’ve cut pretty much all the prices on my photos by around 50%. If you’ve been looking for a few scenic shots of Vancouver, now’s your chance to get one for a fairly cheap price. If you want to browse the gallery, simply click here.

I’m also going to be selling some of my old camera gear. The 40D will probably go, and I’ll keep the 20D as a backup (I’d rather do the reverse, but there’s still a good market for the 40D, so I’ll probably sell it). I have a quad-core server here too that I rarely use, so I’ll probably sell that as well. Hopefully that’ll bring me half of the way there.

3 responses to “Vancouver Scenic Photography Sale – Limited Time”

  1. Ian says:

    I love the rich colors on this one. Kudos, great work!

  2. Tyler says:

    Let me know what you might want to sell your 40D for. My XSi is still a bit flaky ever since the auto-focus pin lost its springiness.

    I’m jealous if you get your 5D though, but I think for the time being, personally I want to build my collection of lenses first before diving into full-frame.

  3. Duane Storey says:

    Yah, I purposefully have only bought EF lenses as opposed to EF-S, because I have always wanted to go full frame. I have the 17-40 f/4.0L, the 24-70 f/2.8L and the 70-200 f/2.8L, so I’m pretty set to go full frame. Plus, 17mm is actually really wide on a full frame, but it’s just a slight wideangle on a 1.6x crop body, so that’s one of the main reasons I want to make the switch.

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