I've caught myself wasting a lot of frames and getting still boring results when shooting anything but wildlife, things like portraits, cityscapes, and landscapes. Lots of times I see something that looks pleasing to my eyes, but when I shoot it, it looks like...well....s**t. I don't seem to have an eye for shooting wider angles or discriminating good light from bad light. I've been shooting for about a year now. I know I have a lot to learn, but I'm not sure whats the best way to go about learning. A part of me says to just keep shooting and hope it will catch on, but then I don't want to just spin my wheels when I can study something or do exercises that will help me improve my photography skills. I'm not really up for taking classes at the moment; I want something that I can do in my own free time. Were any of you in my position when you started photography and how and when did you develop that "eye"? Any good readings or general tips you can suggest?