I'd be interested. I love takin' pics w/ my digicam. I'm always shootin' something. I just backed up a bunch of pics last night, filling up a DVD. And that's 99.9% all pics that I shot myself.
Whether I'd contribute daily or not depends on the topics. While I love to take pics and would love to be more professional about it, the fact is that I'm not. That f-stop crap still has my head spinning. If I stopped and actually made myself work w/ it, I guess I'd learn it. But I put my 35mm away once I got a decent digicam and haven't looked back since (toyed with, but never seriously messed w/ it). I'd like to have 2 digicams. Like to have one of the newer, super-slim Sony models or Minolta and then a nicer "real" digicam where I could be playing w/ f-stops and learning what I need to learn in order to take consistently good shots. As it is, I get excellent shots, but they're not ALL good shots
I'd like to improve my ratio of decent to great shots.
BTW- my current digicam is a Sony P-8. I wouldn't put it in the Impressive category by any means. Fun, yes. Frustrating, yes. Not a perfect camera by any
means of the word. I had an older Sony that was stolen in Tulsa last year. It, in my opinion, was a much
better camera than the P-8.