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Question:

I have a point and shoot camera and I know there are a lot of club members that have DSLR cameras that are more professional. Is it worthwhile for me to come to the club meetings?

Answer:

It does not matter what type of camera you have or whether you are a novice, intermediate or advanced photographer.

By talking with other photographers, you can share ideas, and learn about other cameras and equipment.

Approximately 1/3 to 1/2 of our members have point and shoot cameras and there are a number of “experienced photographers” that still carry their point and shoot cameras with them.

What type of camera you have does not really matter. It is how “you” see the picture that counts when you are out on a shoot.

Question:

I am a new photographer and feel that I am not qualified to ask questions. Should I ask questions at the meetings or not?

Answer:

No matter who you are or your level of experience your opinion counts.You definitely should ask questions. We have all been where you are. We have found that sometimes new members have a fresh idea on how to look at things.