Hi all, long time no see. I've been busy and not even at photography, but my "other" love - graphic design. I'm working my way towards a freelance home business combining my graphic design and photography, specializing in weddings and special events, but also business services. I LOVE doing weddings - I've done a few now and am getting better, but I still want to be happier with the work I'm giving to people. My photos are okay, some are a little better than that, but I'm my own worst critic and I want an edge - that pesky thing called lighting! I also would like to learn more about settings I can change on my digital D70 to have more control over what I'm shooting. I feel like I need a more formal education than just buying a bunch of books and hoping for the best - because I still would like to have a live person, (or at least via the Web) looking at my work and critiquing it to help me get better. I just don't know what the best place is to do this. I've tried the New York Institute for Photography but it was a real pain to not have electronic access to my lessons and my instructors. Has anyone tried or heard anything about the School of Photography? I'm willing to take courses longer if I get into a good program, I just like the idea of doing more work electronically than what NYI does. I got sick of having to go have my photos processed, pay for the shipping and waiting weeks to hear back from an instructor, and in the meantime forget the lessons I was supposed to be learning. Local colleges here don't have a program for photography, maybe a class or two, and I'm afraid I won't get enough out of it by doing that. I am starting to get iniquiries about my services just through word of mouth and I really want to provide photography service, but only if I'm confident I can give them a good product! Anyone have any advice or been there, done that? And have suggestions on courses I can take, books I can buy? I'm eager to learn! Thanks for any help.