I have not been a landscape photographer, but I have been a street photographer. This past month I had the chance to attend a landscape workshop in the N.C. mountains. While I knew my camera, this was really something very new for me to shoot. <img src='http://cdn.c.photoshelter.com/img-get/I0000Vd70TdDBJkk/s/500/I0000Vd70TdDBJkk.jpg' /> We arrived at an apple orchard on the Blue Ridge Parkway before dawn, and after shooting the sunrise, we worked our way down the slopes of the orchard. Now I shoot with a Panasonic G3 which is a mirco 4/3 format camera. I shot with Nikon for over 40 years, but because I shoot mostly street, I went with a smaller camera system. I brought 4 lens to the workshop, but used only two of my lens, the 14-45 mm and the 45-200 mm zoom lens. In 35mm terms theses would be a 28-90 mm and a 90-400 mm lens. Everything was shot using a tripod and cable release, except the time I forgot my cable release. The G3 had a touch screen as well as a EVF. I set the focus to spot focus and it zooms into the image so you can set the cross hairs right on what you want to focus on. On one outing I left my cable release at the lodge, and found that I could use the touch screen, with the timer set, and it would focus, and then wait until the set time set off the shutter. I keep finding things new about my camera, and that is why keeping the same camera instead of buy a new one all the time is a good thing. Learn the equipment that you already own, and get the most you can out of it.