Hello all, I keep trying to train myself to look at the info in the viewfinder of my camera, but most of the time i shoot blindly - taking care of the composition and timing, but failing to notice the exposure info. Most of the time this is not a problem, as i shoot in priority modes, but if i leave the camera on Manual or forget to change the ISO - i've got a mess on my hands. I only find the attention capacity to notice the viewfinder info in situations where not much is changing within the frame, but if it is a demonstration or if i'm scrambling to get a shot, i completely neglect what the camera is telling me - my eyes don't look that way and my brain just blocks that info out. So, my question is, first - do you find yourself struggling with this as well? Second - any suggestions on how to overcome this problem? Train myself to look for the info first? Common sense suggests using Manual, maybe i'll try that. Although, i suspect that would inherently slow down my shooting, and make me lose shots. What do you think?