Digital photographers universally love the instantaneous feedback they can get from looking at their images on the back of the camera. However, did you know that what you see can often be extremely misleading? Keep reading for tips on how to overcome your camera LCD’s tendency to fib.
Have you ever been out making photographs and took one you were really happy with? You looked at it on the LCD on the back of your camera and it appeared really sharp and true to colour. Then when you uploaded the image to your computer and viewed it on your big monitor, the photo suddenly appeared not quite sharp and under/overexposed. How did that happen?
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