I'm 28 and I don't know a thing about photography. I've never owned a camera. I've never purchased or dropped off a disposable camera at Wal-mart or Walgreen's for that matter. The closest I've come to taking pictures is with my phone. Fast forward through a sudden interest, the research (there's got to be a million cameras out there), and shopping - I decided on a Sony a33 and it'll be here Wednesday. It seemed like it would be easy to start out with and grow into.
Now I've spent an entire workday gobbling up the information in the very helpful tutorials on this site as well as lots of helpful posts. (Thank you!) My brain is swelling and I'll keep studying but when the camera finally gets here, I'd like to know how test myself. I'm sure I could take a million pictures but what would be good practice for someone this green? Also to note, I only ordered the stock lens, is that going to limit me?