Hello everyone, I went with my family over Memorial Day weekend to visit Arlington National Cemetery where my Grandfather and a family friend are buried. I took my camera and was pleased with some of the shots I got (especially the ones of my Grandma). It was around 1:00, so the sun was harsh and kept going in and out of clouds, which made getting the settings all "correct" very challenging!! If you have tips for dealing with the sun on days like that, let me know! Also, I'd appreciate comments on my composition. I'm really trying to plan before I click. I played with them a little bit in PP (all I have now is the software that came with the camera). I have a Canon T1i with a kit lens (just ordered a nifty fifty yesterday, though!!). Here are some of my favorites from the day: 1. 1/1600, f/5.6, ISO 400; Maybe too dark around her face? 2. 1/1000; f/5.6, ISO 400 3. 1/1250, 8.0, ISO 1600; This was before I checked my ISO...why do I always forget that until I've taken 10+ pictures?! Anyway, I like this photo...would it have been better if I got her whole body in the picture? I was trying to get close enough so you could read the gravestone.