I'm a complete noob and the only training in photography I've had was a few years of photography class in highschool almost 30 years ago. I shoot only as a hobby and for my own interest, but every now and then I capture what I think is an interesting or good shot. I've posted a few pictures to another website for desktop consideration but am getting the impression I have a LOT to learn due to a complete lack of interest from those viewing/voting on my images. I could really use your critiques and/or suggestions, or just your opinions. Fire away. This is an old vintage Texaco gas pump that has sat in our local historical park for years. I finally went and took some shots of it and then tweaked it in Lightroom to age it a bit. My family and I went to a local car show a few weekends ago and the colors and chrome of this old classic caught my eye. Processed in Photoshop camera raw and tweaked in photoshop. At the same car show this bright yellow paint job really stood out and I loved the reflections it supplied to the adacent vehicle. I focused on the fender and caught some decent detail. Processed in Photoshop camera raw and tweaked in photoshop.