I'm at a point now where I know just a little bit about a lot of different pieces of photography but there is still so much to learn that I feel like I need to be more methodical with how I'm going about improving my knowledge and skills. I've been trying to post more photos and pay close attention to the feedback but I also need to read/research/experiment/practice/learn in a more organized way. I recently used lynda.com to learn about my Elements software and that was a decent experience. I've heard good things about kelbyone as well. I'm going to start another membership to one of those now that the weather here has turned and I'll be home enough to make it worthwhile again. What I'm looking for is some advice on what order to tackle things in. I'm thinking the Exposure triangle is obviously first and while I understand it, I wouldn't say I've got it mastered... Other subjects that I want to work on: understanding DOF, Composition, getting good focus, portraits, flash, metering, white balance, b&w, using ND filters... I'm sure there are a ton of things that I'm not even aware that I need to learn. Is there an order that makes sense?