Thank you for your suggestions. But if I increase the brightness of the screen wouldn't that alter how the image APPEARS on screen. My main reason for looking on screen is to REVIEW the image AFTER it was taken to see if it is underexposed or overexposed while if I increase the brightness of the screen the image may APPEAR brighter on the screen than what it REALLY is so I might think it is overexposed while in REALITY it's fine. As for histogram I am working on my histogram reading skills.
Nikon Shooter wrote: Hi Marianne!
Two things may help — I did not buy any extra device:
• Maybe you could set the brightness of your screen higher
• The only thing I need to see on screen is the histogram to
evaluate an eventual EV tweak.
Mare_333 wrote: Hello, Marianne here with a question. Now that Summer is here I find myself taking pictures outside most of the time. However, I can barely see the image on the screen because of the sun. I use Nikon D3300 camera. How do you deal with this problem? Are there shades or something available to fix this problem? The only thing I was able to find is this and similar to this viewfinder It among other things blocks light from hitting the screen. However, it looks ugly and bulky, it is not easy to use and I have never seen any photographer use something like this what so ever. Would appreciate if you share your experience on this matter, thanks so much.
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