I finally have some photos to share. I don't have any pics of the bride and grrom since I was more than an hour late. (I have never been able to arrive on time for an appointment/event when going with my family.) None of my indoor pics were exposed properly because the dining hall was poorly lit and I don't have a flash yet. So here is my first serious attempt attempt at amateur photography using an old Minolta Maxxum 7000 and some cheap film. I assume the colours would have been richer, had I used premium film. I don't know any of these people, but they were nice enough to let me take their picture. This photo utilized my most basic understanding of composition. I wish these photos were a bit brighter; it looks like something from a funeral instead of a wedding. (I barely knew what I was doing when adjusting the settngs. So I'm grateful the photos were usable at all.) My mom and dad. I just noticed that the shrubs in the background are nicely centered between my two subjects. But that's hardly anything to brag about now is it? The envelope reflected on the windshield is the very invitation for the wedding were about to attend, but we got there late, so I took pictures of us waiting in the car. And another one. This is a pic of my brother. He''s 16 years old and very moody. People say we look alike and I guess we do. (He just recently signed up on this board claming he wants to be a photographer. But he's not really pursuing it as agressively as I am. ) In this pic he is holding the box for the pack of film I bought to take this very picture. It's out of focus, but I like the pose. Another out-of-focus pic, but I like all of the lines going up and down all over the place. I'd appreciate any feedback I can get.