I am just an amateur and one day picked up a camera and started shooting. I have read stuff on the net and browsed a few books here and there. I can't take any courses due to time constraints, but am happy to read about photography in the middle of the night. What are some must read books that would help a medium level amateur move up to the next level (shooting digitally now). Would like to build a solid foundation and a somewhat wide knowledge of the field (I shoot both color and b&w and do shoot people, travel, and landscapes). Can some of the more experience people recommend some sources to get started (past the basic technical stuff - fstops, shutter speed, etc.). Also some resources on learning to process raw images and digital workflow would be appreciated. Currently trying to setup a system to do this and need to decide on software, etc. Probably will do windows based. Thanks.