Nikon Fm camera back in college and was able to practice photography back then. I filed all my negatives in a shoe box together with the information for each of the shots that I took (whenever it was possible). But they're all gone now. The big flood Reming took away a lot of my memories, this one included.
Anyway, I have yet to get myself a DSLR camera but I want to read about photography, hence, the book.
Here's the first five sentences on its page 68.
If you are not prepared for this subconscious overload and the subsequent overflow of creative ideas, you run the risk of diffusing much of the workshop's benefits.
Play a game with yourself before the workshop. Imagine the workshop instructor is with you in photographing or darkroom sessions over the week and months before the workshop. (Most workshops require advance registration; so you probably know far in advance that you are going to attend.)
At every opportunity, think what you would like to ask the instructor at that moment of peak activity. Jot this question down..