I've got a few photography shots due next week, I've nailed most of them, but I'm having so much truble with one. The teacher calls it "Seeing in Thirds". He says to put grids on your display and when the verticale grids intersect with the horizontal grids this should be where your subject is. So mostly the subject should be top right or top left. I went out shooting and experienced alot of annoyance because I wasnt pulling off the seeing in thirds right. Attached is one attempt, I was planning to use it but when I got home I noticed there was a moth in the bottom left corner of the picture. Also just a lil question. When did you guys think it was the appropriate time to change to point and shoot to DSLR? I have a Cannon P&S and I get really great pictures from it. Theres a few kids in my class with Cannon Rebels and D2's and some Nikons and from looking at there photos I can really tell they started using a DSLR before playing around with a P&S.