I have been photographing as a hobby for a while now, and recently have begun to pursue it more in depth. I have always shot Black and White film and I finally felt like I knew what I was doing and could consistently produce quality images. When talking to people about pursuing photography as something more than a hobby I was told I needed to embrace the digital age. So a week ago I bought my first digital camera. I got a Canon 50D so I could have as close to a professional camera as I could afford. Unfortunately, the change to digital is proving harder than I expected. All the pictures I take seem to be lacking in quality in my opinion, and I want to know what I'm doing wrong. I shoot all in RAW so it leads me to believe it is one of a couple of things. 1. Lenses- The lenses that I have are and old kit lens from my film canon rebel and a cheap 70-300mm zoom 2. Post-Processing- I have never used photoshop to touch up images and maybe with digital post-processing is what it's all about 3.Learning Curve- Finally maybe it is just me adjusting to the new format and I should just keep my chin up keep on shooting and one day it will click. Anything you can say to ease my mind would be greatly appreciated.