I've just gotten as far as trying out the various automatic settings. I figure I'll delve the manual settings here and there over time.
I took a photography class in high school, which was a very long time ago, and I hardly remember anything about apertures and shutter speeds.
But I do remember the feeling of having that old school-issued Pentax 35 mm camera in my hands,
and the way it was like looking at the world through new eyes.
I had just exactly that same feeling again when I took my new camera out into the woods on Sunday,
but with the advantage of not having to roll film or worry about having to develop the pictures in the darkroom,
so I could take as many as I wanted to (and believe me, I did).
Suddenly the same old trees and woods that I walk in almost every week were alive with new and unusual textures and beautiful colors that I'd noticed before.
I know I have a lot to learn, but it's going to be so much fun figuring it out along the way.
What are your favorite photography tips?