So I haven't really done much of any manual photography at all, other than manual focus here and there. But I decided while I'm on a break from school I need to pick it back up. So I did, but it's hard to find things to take pictures of when it's freezing outside >_< Anyone have any good idea's for beginners to start using manual mode? I'm trying to think of things that would help me get better at using the aperature, shutter speeds, etc These are the pics I took today (I don't have an editing program), it's obvious I need some ideas/work lol DSC_2375 by babyblue5290, on Flickr DSC_2377 by babyblue5290, on Flickr DSC_2381 by babyblue5290, on Flickr DSC_2390 by babyblue5290, on Flickr DSC_2398 by babyblue5290, on Flickr DSC_2444 by babyblue5290, on Flickr I don't know how, but I deleted the JPG versions of these two and only had them in RAW format, and since I don't have a good way to convert I ended up having to download a stupid converter that puts a watermark on it. >_< DSC_2362 by babyblue5290, on Flickr DSC_2364 by babyblue5290, on Flickr Suggestions, Ideas, etc always welcome!