Hey all, I'm here to learn from you. I just recently (as of yesterday) jumped into photography. This is something I've always wanted to do but never made the proper investment in equipment. I always came home with pocket digital cameras thinking they would do everything I needed them to - and they often didn't. Now that I have a new born son, I've decided the time was ripe for me to take the plunge and actually get a high quality camera and learn something about how to use it. After reading everything I could find online, I decided the Canon 40D was the camera for me. So far, I couldn't be happier! I won't put the thing down. Now it's time to get down to business. I need to learn from the ground up about photography. I know little or nothing about the fundamentals of what makes a good photographer/photograph. I know little or nothing about the equipment other than how to do some very basic stuff. Where would you point a guy like me? Is there a good book or online resource that will get a complete newbie on the right course so that I at least understand the basic principals? Thanks a bunch!