I'm pretty new to the DSLR and pretty much have no clue using CS2. I've shot a decent amount of film, but am just now getting more serious with digital. Due to an injury, this was the first day I brought the new D200 outside. Took some shots of a buddy's car to break in the new camera. This shot was with the 15 at two stops down, hand held by a guy with a ruptured achilles tendon: I took this shot specifically to see how this newfangled digital editing can handle uneven exposure across a picture. I've fiddled with the settings in CS2 and my pictures just seem to get worse the more I try! I'm using ACR 3.6. Here's the raw file which you may edit all you want: ftp://www.freshie.net/d200/vw/_DSC0134.NEF Is there a way to fix the terribly uneven exposure in this picture? BTW, it was an awesome experience shooting with this camera for the first time. I brought my laptop out and it accelerated my learning curve considerably getting instant feedback on what I was shooting. I love how the 17-55 2.8 DX and 15 3.5 performed with this body. My good to bad (see above) picture ratio is completely unacceptable right now, but that should get better with time.