What are things that I've recently learned about camera and composition?
1. The relationship between composition/angles and emotion
I was astonished at the direct correlation between composition/angles and emotion. A high angle conveying weakness and violence or an extreme close up creating drama, awkwardness, and intimacy.
2. The relationship between size and importance
I was surprised by a number of filmmakers in the industry who implement the Hitchcock rule into their films. More significant things in the story having a larger scale on screen was a detail I hadn't ever noticed previously.
What are questions that I still have?
One question that I still have is about lenses in combination with composition. I understand that same shots can all be achieved regardless of the focal length, but that the different focal length does have different effects on how the shot appears, but what is that differentiating impact they have?
What is one thing I want to learn more about?
I want to spend more time learning, practicing and getting comfortable with configuring ISO, shutter speed, aperture and color temperature to the best settings. Camera settings can be tricky, so I will be spending lots of time improving my abilities in this area.