Bringing your camera?
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  1. #1
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    Default Bringing your camera?

    How many of you are bringing your cameras? I'm thinking I probably won't have much time to shoot, but I don't want to be without it if I'm wrong.

    Input from those who've attended in the past?

    Thank you!

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    Default Re: Bringing your camera?

    I am taking mine. Not necessarily to the conference, but I will be there the day before pre-con and the day after IUSA, so I want to shoot some of San Antonio! I will have a little point & shoot for quick grabs of friends, new and old!
    Gail R. Carver, CPP
    Certification Liasion, WY

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    Leaving mine at home!!! Just bringing the point and shoot for shots of friends
    CK McDaniel, Cr Photog., CPP
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    Default Re: Bringing your camera?

    Just a point-n-shoot for me. I'll need my hands free to carry the 2,000 brochures the vendors will be handing out.
    Greg Yager CPP


    "Be prepared to lose anything you are not willing to share" - me

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    Default Re: Bringing your camera?

    Just bring your point-and-hope.
    The best way to gain for yourself is to give OF yourself.
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    Rick Massarini, M. Photog., Cr., CPP., F-PPLA
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    Default Re: Bringing your camera?

    Considering I have hotel reservations for the Saturday night... and a job that same Saturday night, I may be coming in with all my equipment. I'll be driving in from Houston and arriving most likely just after midnight. Otherwise if I bring the equipment back to the studio, I might only make it in at 2 am
    Mark Katz, CPP

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    Default Re: Bringing your camera?

    Thanks guys, I really appreciate the advice. Sounds like just the point and shoot is probably the way to go.

    Mark - Bummer that you have to bring it all with you. Sorry!

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    I always travel with a camera. Just never know what opportunities you'll find and I don't like trusting those to a point and shoot. The Riverwalk has a lot of great photo opps if the weather stays nice.

    Besides...the P&S we had my daughter borrowed and it met an untimely death in the sand.
    Joe Campanellie
    CPP, M.Photog., Cr., Fellow-ASP

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