Okay, I once said I would post 'Photography Tips' as some of you asked me to do so. Actually I'm not a professional photographer yet, I still have a lot to learn but I will share with you about how I set up and take my photographs. First of all most of my photographs are instinctual, they are simply snapshots but some of them are made from ideas I have. The most important point to get a good picture is lighting so I always try to choose a bright location, very well lighted with natural sun light, therefore when it's cloudy it's a bit hard to get a really good photo. Although they are exceptions; the location helps a lot even if it's cloudy and a good camera is also a plus, even if it is digital or film. I use a digital pentax k100 dsuper is not a bad camera but it's not excelent I broke the flash so I can't take photos at night, because the quality will be a bit poor but still is a nice camera. I need a new camera but I dont know which one I should buy . I also use a slr vivitar v3000 without flash it's also a good camera and it can take nice pictures but only in day light. I also have a fujifilm instax 100, polaroid onestep and a instamatic kodak 233 I'm not using them at the moment cause I have to buy a film roll for each. When I use a digital camera I edit the pictures on 'photoscape' it's a photoshop program which you can download for free ,just google it. I usually just play with contrast, saturation, fade in, tones, colours..!Sometimes I add 'rainbows' and other effects. What I do is simple, I just fade a picture into another, just take a picture of something you want.. flowers, rainbows etc and fade it into the picture you want to edit..! But I guess the main thing to get a good or perfect photograph is by taking a lot of pictures, carrying your camera everywhere you go when you see a good scenery you will be able to get a nice picture. Combining light, model, location you can get a great photograph.