I've been asked to speak to the local camera club next month about Architectural Photography. I'm curious about input from you folks on what you would like to learn if you were in the group. The fact is, I don't know where to start. I have no problem with public speaking, and I never have. I've made presentations and taught photo classes all over the country and have plenty to say, but like I said, I just don't know where to start (and maybe even more important, where to stop) on the topic. I expect most of the group will be pretty novice, but I wonder if alot of them will think they know a lot more than they do. For one, I want to encourage them away from thinking digital photography is really all that different from film photography. Probably no surprise to some of you. I want to really make a point about getting them away from thinking about tools (toys) and focus on how to use them. Anyway, I guess the main thing I am wondering is, if you were in the seminar, what would you like to learn?