Hi, I'm pretty new to SLR photography and I'm doing my best to improve what I do and still take pleasure in the process. Here are some of the shots I haven't rejected. 1) This on was taken in the island of Ouessant, France. The cloud cover was very homogenous unfortunnately. Model: Canon EOS REBEL T1i - Shutter Speed: 1/3000 second - Aperture: F/1.8 - Focal Length: 50 mm - ISO Speed: 200 2) Ouessant, France - A miniature I'd like to live into. Canon EOS REBEL T1i - Shutter Speed: 1/125 second - Aperture: F/4.5 - Focal Length: 90 mm - ISO Speed: 100 3) Ouessant, France - I love the overall scale of the rocks and how it throws the people on top away. Canon EOS REBEL T1i - Shutter Speed: 1/1000 second - Aperture: F/4.0 - Focal Length: 70 mm - ISO Speed: 200 4) Look no hands! - it's colorfull, I know. Well, it was a colorfull day anyways. Canon EOS 5D - Shutter Speed: 1/1600 second - Aperture: F/1.8 - Focal Length: 50 mm - ISO Speed: 800 5) My kid. The sun was lowering down on the horizon, giving a very smooth light. Canon EOS REBEL T1i - Shutter Speed: 1/3000 second - Aperture: F/1.8 - Focal Length: 50 mm - ISO Speed: 400 I'd love to take more street pictures and generally involve more strangers into my pics but I'm too shy for that actually (And I'm working on it). I've got more pics but I guess it's enough as a start. These pictures illustrate what kind of photography I'm doing a this moment. Nice landscape I'm falling for, and people I love but who get unfortunnately blurred way to often. And I'd love to create some better pictures, that,s for sure. Your comments & crits are welcome. Thanks! (Tech note: I've recently switched from a recently bought 500D to a 5D as the noise was killing me in low light environment). I'm full FF and RAW now (cheers).