Happy New Year everyone. I am new to the forum, and relatively new to photography. I did have a basic canon T70, 35mm camera, 25-30 years ago but since that the best I had was the mobile phone. Although I am limited in many ways what I can do, and where I can go, I do hope to start to get out when I can and learn more about the hobby. I am disabled, so my outdoor photographs will be taken either from the car or my power wheelchair, or where I can comfortably and safely get either of them. To get me started, I have purchased an entry level EOS camera, The Canon Rebel T6, EOS 1300D, with two lenses, an EF 18-55mm f3.5-5.6 III and an EF 75-300mm f4-5.6 III. [Recommended to me by TCampbell thank you] I think although this is an entry level camera, it will have more than enough for me as I learn about all the controls, settings, what it can do, and just to experiment with it and enjoy the hobby. My main aims are going to be, images of landscapes, sunsets, nature and similar. Mainly still images although a flying bird and moving water are sure to tempt me to test the camera a little more. I welcome comments to any posts I may add on here, and images when I get to that stage. I will take all messages as being provided to help me to learn. So don't just shoot images, feel free to shoot advice and any help and guidance or suggestion you may have. Thank you. Having just got the camera (Friday), I now need to think about the extras I will need to help me get the best from the camera. I have just ordered lens hoods for both lenses, so as we have no sun shine yet, they will at least keep the rain from the lenses.