As far as B/W photography goes, I have a hard time getting the results I actually want when I take the picture. Sometimes it'll look awesome by accident, most of the times it's rather mediocre. My question is this: what do you do to visualize through the viewfinder what you will be getting on film? years of training??? (i've never been accused of being a patient person, so this might be tough). Also, what are the best reference books on B/W??? Sorry if I'm being a little vague with my questions, but photography just seems to be such a wide open discipline with no discernable point of reference beyond aperture and shutterspeed for me to feel like I've got a toehold on the subject... I figure the more I learn, the more precise my questions will be.