"Potent Camera Arsenal, 2013 Workshops" - Digital Photography Podcast 346

With so many changes in the camera market, we have new options for configuring an arsenal that best suits our needs.

In today's podcast, I assemble four camera kits using everything from Nikon's D600 full frame DSLR to Canon's waterproof compact D20. In part, this is for fun. But it can also help us reexamine the tools we're using for our work.

I then introduce the first four workshops of the 2013 season. Plus, I have ideas for more events that I'd like your feedback on. All of this, and more, in this week's TDS podcast.

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Monthly Photo Assignment

Panorama is the Oct. 2012 Photo Assignment. You can read more about how to submit on our Member Participation page. Deadline for entry is Oct. 31, 2012. Note: We're making an exception this month for image size. Submit your panorama at the size you feel appropriate.

More Ways to Participate

Want to share photos and talk with other members in our virtual camera club? Check out our Flickr Public Group. And from those images, I choose the TDS Member Photo of the Day.

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Anarchist?!? Wow, I never quite thought of it that way...

An interesting twist would be to try and fit the new Sony RX100 in there somewhere. A super compact.

I think printing would make a good workshop, a lot of options to consider, a lot to learn.

I guess I must be an Anarchist. My primary camera is my OM-D E-5, for hiking, visits with friends and occasions where photography is not the primary activity it's my trusty (baggy pocketable) LX-5, and my iPhone.

My 60D is sitting in the closet collecting dust. Other than our Spring Flash WS, I haven't used it in over a year and I'm seriously thinking of selling it.

The Happy Anarchist and loving every minute of it,

That was supposed to be EM-5 not E-5