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  1. Ndpeace
    Ndpeace
    October 11, 2011 at 7:54 am | Reply

    about the photography workshop…I only have a point and shoot camera…not the cheapest one but not an slr. Would it be worth it to take the workshop with this lack of equipment?
    Thanks,
    Love your website and look at it often. Also love the store, but it’s two hours away.
    Nancy

    1. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      October 11, 2011 at 10:01 am | Reply

      For sure!  Since the class is all about getting the most out of your camera, it’s your camera that should be used.  

      Here’s Franklin’s materials list:

      – Digital Camera (make sure batteries are charged and memory cards are clean)

      – Camera Manual, if available (if your paper copy has been lost, most manuals are available online)

      – A selection (at least one or two) of projects to photograph

      – Notebook and pen or pencil

  2. Ndpeace
    Ndpeace
    October 11, 2011 at 10:54 am | Reply

    about the photography workshop…I only have a point and shoot camera…not the cheapest one but not an slr. Would it be worth it to take the workshop with this lack of equipment?
    Thanks,
    Love your website and look at it often. Also love the store, but it’s two hours away.
    Nancy

    1. Anonymous
      Anonymous
      October 11, 2011 at 1:01 pm | Reply

      For sure!  Since the class is all about getting the most out of your camera, it’s your camera that should be used.  

      Here’s Franklin’s materials list:

      – Digital Camera (make sure batteries are charged and memory cards are clean)

      – Camera Manual, if available (if your paper copy has been lost, most manuals are available online)

      – A selection (at least one or two) of projects to photograph

      – Notebook and pen or pencil

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