Hello all, I've been wanting to take up photography as a hobby for quite a while and finally bit the bullet and bought a camera- after much thought I decided to buy an Olympus Em-5 over a traditional SLR as I figured I could most things with it and it's smaller size would mean I'd be more likely to take it with me to places (which has definitely proven to be the case). I have a basic understanding of things like aperture, depth of focus, shutter speed and ISO but I really struggle to apply this. One of my frustrations is focussing- if I let it autofocus it often focuses on the wrong part of the subject which is to be expected, but I simply can't see in the screen or the viewfinder if the subject is in focus and usually find out the hard way when I download the images and find them blurry. I'm not sure if this is an issue with practise or maybe I'm half blind and other people can see if the subject is in focus through the LCD display or viewfinder! Another frustration is related to the camera, the lens I have is the 12-50mm f3.5-6.3, when I have the camera in manual mode it often simply will not let me adjust the aperture to below 6.3.... I don't know if it's because it considers the settings to be incorrect and therefore won't let me alter things beyond what it considers the correct range or if there's something wrong with the camera or lens or what. I just thought the purpose of the manual mode was to have full manual control over every setting even if you end up with completely black or white photos. Thanks in advance for any replies, I'm trying not to let the frustration get the better of me and stop wishing I'd just bought a point and shoot!