Hello folks. Well I love this forum because I feel like I learn a lot everytime I get on here. The problem is that I am becoming extremely critical of the pictures I take (or maybe that's a good thing?). I am going to post three pictures and tell what I see when I look at them and please let me know if I am being too critical or if I'm still missing other things. Thanks #1. When I look at this picture I really like it. However, my eye tells me that the antenna shouldn't be seen in the top, and I feel like the grass in the middle is distracting since its off center. I also feel like the truck should be very sharp where as the background should be a little softer looking, however it looks like everything is somewhat in focus. This picture was taken at an aperture value of 3.5 at an 18mm zoom. #2. On this one I love the composition however I wish that the pier was not cut off. That is an easy fix. Once again I wish the depth of field would have come out more as I'd hoped making the subject look much clearer. I also have a problem getting the correct exposure because if I go for the sky, everything else is too dark, and if I go for the truck the sky is way bright. What do I do? ..maybe take pictures later in the day lol. #3. This last spot I found I was very happy with. The problem is that I feel like there are some harsh spots of light. Also, I have a big problem with lens flare. #4. This is one more that I have that I liked. Now I have told what I see. Please help me! I know that most people think automobile pictures are boring but its what I like. I feel like when someone looks at my pictures I hope that they can tell that I am not just another person taking some random pictures. Instead, I would like for it to be known that I have done a lot of studying to take better pictures. I also want my pictures to have vibrant colors..and extremely sharp details! I feel like if not..then why am I using a nice camera? No one wants to be the poser taking bo bo pictures with a nice camera lol.