So, I'm fairly new to photography as some of you may know. I'm BRAND new to film. And took a few shots with my first roll of color. I got them back today.. I'm looking for some pointers and stuff... Some of these are blurry, probably from being hand-held, but the photos are overexposed and everything looks blown out. These are some taken at night, which did turn out a bit better... I know these really have no "subject" or artistic value, but I want to learn the basics of photography..I know I should "aim" for something and I kinda did, but as you can see...things didn't turn out as hoped.. For the daytime ones, it was a bit overcast and I used apertures ranging from 1.8 (the lowest on my camera) in Av to, 8, 11. I read that if you want more of the photo in focus, you'll want a lower aperture and if you want to blur everything except for one thing in the picture, you'll want a faster aperture. I'm also taking notes from the articles on B+W photography, so I'm hoping I improve...So, yeah...you can rip them apart..They're my first.