Hi folks, I'm a 21 year old guy living in Toronto. I was in a car accident not too long ago and now I'm confined to a wheel-chair. I received a present from a few friend who encouraged me to pursue my love for photography. I've always loved it, I've always spent hours staring at photos... and now, I have the equipment now. Unfortunately, I have no photography experience whatsoever. I don't understand all the terminology. I don't understand how to change around the settings to get the perfect picture... I feel really dumb. I've got a lot going on in my life right now, and I really want to learn photography. I feel it could be a nice outlet. Anyway... there is another issue which was the main reason I started this thread, I just rambled on. I love Macro Photography! now that I have a really good macro lens I want to learn everything and all the relevant info. There IS a limitation. As I said I'm in a wheel-chair. I'm limited to taking pictures from the chair. I was wondering if there is a way for me to get an external lcd viewer or something, so that I can place the camera down anywhere and still be able to see what it's looking @ from my chair -- is that possible? So, if you can please answer the above question and also give me some tips on getting started, some links perhaps? I am so lost and confused. I don't know where to start! I have a few links but when it starts talking about ISO and F/2 whatever, I get intimidated! I hope you guys stuck around long enough to read all this incoherent message. Thanks!!!!!! I hope to be a part of this community.