Hi All, Going to visit the Stahl's Automotive Collection of vintage automobiles with friends this weekend. Looking for do's, don'ts, tips, tricks, hints, what-have-you. I've done a bit of reading on the web, but I thought I'd ask here, as well. I'm shooting in JPEG Large. I don't think I'm quite ready to start fooling around with post-processing RAW images, quite yet. E.g.: One suggestion I read, which made sense (if I understood it correctly), is use low ISO and aperture priority, that way you can use the aperture setting and distance/zoom to compose. Should be very well-lit, and static subjects, so I don't expect shutter speed to be an issue. Use exposure lock for tricky light? Speaking of light: I also wonder about the light in this venue... Do any of you ever bring a white target to set a custom white balance? Or am I getting ahead of myself for a DSLR beginner?