I'm pretty new to photography - I've been collecting gear, reading info, and taking photos for just over 3 months now.
I understand the basics of exposure (much thanks to Bryan Peterson's "Understanding Exposure"), but I find myself struggling with "seeing" great images. I find that some of my images are at best aesthetically pleasing, but I feel like I fail to capture really great images. I'm sure that this is because the only thing I really know about composition is the rule of thirds.
Can anyone direct me towards any resources (online or offline) that might help teach me some of these principles? I was going to start with Bryan Peterson's "Learning to See Creatively", but it seems like it gets mixed reviews (unlike his nearly universally praised exposure books). Any suggestions are appreciated!