Yep possibly one of my weakest areas because it relies so much upon composition of the shot, I can't get away with a cute animal or amazing macro details here. So first of a few that I will slowly work through - views from Cumbria - the Lake District in the UK: http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4032/4457589479_54bc7a0b80_o.jpg f8, 1/250sec, ISO 200 Taken with Canon 400D and Canon 70-200mm f2.8 IS L (at the 70mm mark). Method of shooting - get out of car - point, focus using AF middle point (generally on the middle of the scene as well...) and click. Sadly I didn't spend much time checking the histogram or using a tripod else I might have caught that the overexposure in the shot. I was able to save most of it, barring the main building, the sides of which are totally blown out. I've managed to cut back quite a bit of that overexposure glare effect and the white walls might get away with being rather lacking in details (just) but its not ideal. So where is the advice needed - well all over to be honest, landscape is something that I do want to do well, but is a totally new direction to go in. So aside from the exposure error, which I know how to correct for a single shot and also using multiple shot methods (HDR/tonemapping) and also the shooting time (this was not so bad as the light was starting to sofen and I honestly could not have waited in the spot for pure evening light). However composition and shooting method - eg focusing. These are areas where I need and welcome input.