This weekend I’ll be shooting without the aid of my camera’s view screen, and I encourage you to do the same.
One of the big advantages of digital photography is that we can see exactly what we’ve shot the moment we shoot it. If it’s too bright, too dark, out-of-focus, badly composed or your subject has blinked, then we know about it there and then – no nasty surprises when the roll of film is processed. So why on Earth would you want to change this? Continue Reading