Hi all, I've heard said a few times now that you should never judge the exposure by using the LCD screen on the back of the camera, but this has got me a bit confused. Given that a histogram is just the graphical representation of the value of the pixels for that image really the only thing it can tell me is whither I've clipped the shadows or highlights. I could in theory take a picture with a normal looking histogram, no clipping, in which the subject could be exposed incorrectly. Add to this the fact that the in camera meter not allways right and can also produce a picture in which the subject is not properly exposed. So if I can't trust the camera meter, can't tell from the histogram and not supposed to use the LCD how on earth am I meant to judge the correct exposure in camera?