My wife is expecting our first child this summer. We are thinking about using the coming months to wander the area (Wisconsin, Minnesota) and take pictures that we might eventually blow up a bit to put in the room. I have a little knowledge about how cameras work, but not as much about the practical aspects of picture taking. I have an EOS 2000 with the standard 28-80mm lens and a 70-200mm lens as well. Neither are very fast, but have taken some reasonably good pictures on 400-800 Kodak film in the last year (a few attached). I might be able to swing one new lens, but this is basically the equipment we will have to use. We are thinking about pictures of local flowers, plants, birds, insects, landscapes, etc. that might be colorful and cheery. I think using a better film will help brighten up the colors a bit. What advice might you have about subject matter (what works, what doesn't), film type and what I should try to avoid with the equipment I have? Will pictures blow up well from 35mm film to sizes, say, around 8X11? 11X14? I know the question is broad, and I will be looking around for ideas, but thought some folks here might have personal experience to offer for advice. Thanks in advance. Oops, forgot to upload the photos. The hibiscus photo doesn't have a very good depth of field (or probably, I should have focused more on the outside petals), but there are 600dpi scans of a few pics I took to see how well the lenses would perform.