Hey everyone, I've been having this idea for a while now and thought I would give it a go. I am by no stretch an amazing photographer (barely competant) but I understand technical principles such as f/stop, stutter speed, white balance etc. and also some compositional principles. I know the difference between editorial and sports photography, I know what photojournalism is etc. I know these things from reading them at varying sites on the web and asking stupid questions to forums (and sometimes in high-brow camera shops ie. I once want a lens with a great depth of field and asked for a 50mm f/1.8, oh how the guy enjoyed tearing into me) anyway you get the picture. I've found the MacRumors forum to be valuble and full of (mainly) very helpful and useful people. My idea is this, a photowiki, for photographers to contribute to, to cover all aspects of photography, including cameras, technical principles, composition, and so on. This would hopefully create a great pool of knowledge for any new or old photographers to use as a reference guide. I installed a wiki on my hosting space http://photography.knight-creative.com/wiki and I realise right now its a sub domain folder but if it gets to a reasonable size I'll dis-associate it with my existing domain and get it one of its own. I guess I am looking for people ideas, suggestions, whether they would help me, whether they think it would work? All ideas would be useful, Cheers, Tek.