I clearly need help. I have hit a wall with photography, and I need some help on where to go from here. I have a Nikon D7000 and the two lenses that came with it, a 18-105mm and a 55-200mm. Ok, so the thing is, I understand that this is not the top of the line camera, but I still feel like I am having a really hard time getting anything out of it. My plan is to take a photography class, because clearly I am missing something, but the next one isn't until summer. So, I need some help. Basically, my biggest problems are: noise, washed out colors, and I want to be able to take photos inside which I have had zero luck with. I don't know what lenses I should be using, what settings will work the best... I'm ashamed to say that I am clearly out of my comfort zone with this camera. My last one was an entry level DSLR (Nikon D3100) and I actually had more success with that one than this one which was *almost* twice the cost... LOL. I have gotten some fabulous pics with it (all the ones in my siggy are with this camera) but still I feel like its very hit or miss. Colorado is very bright, with not a lot of rich colors, so is it just a location thing? I know there are a lot of really great photographers on here and I guess I am on my knees begging for help.