Hi, I'm new here and new to photography. I want to learn! I just learned about graduated nd filters. Since I love to take pictures with sky in them, these filters seem like something I might use. Would you recommend one for a beginner? Or are they something more advanced than a beginner would need, or want? Also, I have been combing Google for ones that fit a Sony Cyber-Shot DSC-H50, just in case I decide to buy one, but I havent found anything. I have found regular nd filters for them though, which I am eyeing... And while I was looking for these filters, I found something called a "10x Close-Up Macro Lens Kit for Sony Cyber-shot DSC-H9 DSC-H7 DSC-H50"... is something like this necessary for really really macro pictures? I can get pretty close with what I have. And the "kit" is only about $25, which makes me sort of suspicious. For those who might not know, the sony H50 is not a DSLR. I knew when I got it that there were conversion lenses for it, but I'm not sure I understand what that's all about. Why have other lenses for a fixed lens camera? Is this something that's recommended, to get lenses for a camera like this? This isn't something I need to worry about now, of course, but it would be nice to understand. I think that's all I wanted to ask, for now.