Buy Prints

Okay, before you review my prices, please consider the following: Photography costs money. New gear, up-to-date editing software, new computer every few years, digital storage and back-up storage, travel expenses, etc… Then there’s the time, skill and talent. I can only assume you are reading this because you’ve found a photo you like and you want to have a copy. Now, before you drop me an email asking if you can use the photo you’ve got your eye on for free, when was the last time your employer suggested you produce something for nothing? Likely never, right? How about the last time your dentist did free dental work for you? Again, never, right? So please, save yourself the time asking. Instead, consider purchasing that photo you like. It is not expensive and it will go a long way to help me carry on producing my art. Without further ado, below are my modest prices.

How to purchase prints from the Lazy Photographer

Thank you for visiting my site. Please note that all images and content on this site are copyright protected and remain the property of Dave Bottoms, aka The Lazy Photographer.

If you wish to purchase my prints, I accept payment by online Interact or by cheque.

  • High resolution photos for private/personal use, emailed to you: $125.00 for single use permission.
  • High resolution photos for private/personal use, printed and snail mailed to you: $150 + printing and shipping costs for single use permission.
  • High resolution photos for commercial use (book covers, web sites, advertising, etc…), please contact for quote.

If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact me: dave (@) lazyphotographer (dot) ca


14 Responses to Buy Prints

  1. hi! i just wanna ask, why “lazy photographer”? you don’t look lazy at taking pictures. :))

  2. oh… well hopefully you aren’t unemployed at present^_^ thanks for answering!

  3. Just wanted to say thanks for liking my macro post, your pictures are beautiful.

  4. From Moments to Memories says:

    Your pictures are beautiful, love the blog. Love the pictures, will definitely be following!

  5. Alex says:

    Hello there I’m Alex, I’m getting interested in photography and I’m thinking of getting the T2i but like you I too want a good lens. This is going to be my first DSLR and frankly I don’t plan on having several lenses, just a good “do most” work horse and a 50mm or 30mm which I think will be easier to carry around than a zoom lens. Anyway I have my eyes set on the canon 28-135 IS USM or the 18-135mm IS UD. I like a good zoom for wild life just in case I need it but I wouldn’t want to sacrifice too much image quality over long range since I’ll be shooting portraits and a variety of photos too, hence I think a 18/28-135mm would be fine as opposed to a 18/28-200mm ( What’s your opinion?)
    I was curious as to which lens(es) you ended up getting for your canon and how they’re working out for you.
    Greetings from Chicago 🙂

    • Hi Alex,
      I have a 17-50 Tamron F2.8 VR lens, which is very sharp. I also have a Tokina 11-16 F2.8, also very sharp. Both lenses are excellent value for the money. I also have a 55-250 Canon zoom, which for a mere couple of hundred bucks is also amazing. If I were to add to this, I’d get the Sigma 30mm F1.4 prime, a Canon 50mm F1.4 prime and possible a Canon 85mm F1.8 prime. The primes are great for low light and/or portraits.

      You could also consider the 24-105 F4 L glass, but it’s not cheap.

      I no longer post to this blog, so I won’t be answering any more questions here, but you can always pop by if you care to.

  6. I look forward to your candid shots. Can’t wait for the next one.

  7. Richard Carter says:

    I hope this makes it .. love you photos but theHey Mom about Elvis .. no photo!?!? Thanks Rick =)

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