Hi guys. I introduced myself over in this thread, however I thought I'd jump right in and post some shots for critiquing. I am SO ANXIOUS to improve my photos, so anything you think would help, by all means let me know! All photos below have been taken with my Canon EOS Rebel XTi (any professional-grade camera recommendations would be great too... I'm looking to upgrade!). More specifics provided for each photo. 1. This is a shot of a little boy taken at the British Museum around April 2010. He was very active, moving around constantly, and I wanted to try and capture him in a pretty candid moment. (50mm fixed lens, no flash, late morning lighting, inside, I THINK the f/stop was around 1.8 but I honestly can't remember, ISO around 100-200). 2. This one is actually my favorite photo of all the ones I've taken from the UK. Taken with my 70-300mm I think it was, no flash, early afternoon, natural daylight. I don't have a wide angle lens yet, so... had to make do with what I've got! Polarizing filter on the lens as well. 3. Pacman! A friend of mine's dog. First shot with my new 85mm f/1.8 that I bought last week. Taken at f/1.8, ISO 100, no flash, late afternoon light. Taken on the patio. Shutter speed was at least 100. I have several more photos in my gallery that I've uploaded, though sadly most of my originals were lost in a hard drive crash. So I'm pretty much starting from scratch here! Any and all critique welcome. Thanks! Looking forward to participating and getting to know the lot of you!