Messing around with our new 20D / kit lens. My mom in her backyard. (I just picked a few of the best of ~100 shots.) I left the color space to default sRGB; does anyone here use Adobe and if so, why? First one seems okay; I made a n00b mistake of not checking my settings. The night before I took some pictures in lower light and then shot a bunch of my mom outside at ISO1600 (all in Aperature Priority.) In any event, I think this one is pretty decent. ISO-1600, F/5.6, 1/6400s. This one I like; fixed the ISO; in all these shots my wife has a silver windshield sunshade she's using to fill in the shadows. Nonetheless, do you find the shadow of my mom's nose distracting, or am I worrying about it too much? I guess since the shutter speed was down to 1/250 I could've used some fill flash... ISO-100, F/5.6, 1/250s I took a few of these; I really like the composition with the bench and all, but I guess they're all overexposed. It was tough to tell on the LCD outside in the sun... I thought that I had metered on her face, but maybe the camera decided the shadows should be metered properly. Unfortunately all the pics including the bench are like this. How do y'all get around that? ISO-100, F/4.5, 1/250s For this last one we moved to a different part of the yard. Initially I had her back farther, but there's a tree (out of frame) that was casting all kinds of bizarre shadows on her face. My wife is still using the reflector (as in all pics) to fill in the shadows as best she could. ISO-400, F/22, 1/50s Overall I'm very happy with this series of photos, but I know we can improve a lot and I look forward to any comments / suggestions y'all may have. Thanks very much in advance!