I recently got some new studio lighting. Excited to try it out I offered to do high school year book photos for a small school I work for. I brought my images home today and I thought it was odd that all the images when I opened them in in RAW on PS were underexposed. I thought to myself I could have sworn these photos looked great on my cameras LCD - so I checked the photos on the LCD again and sure enough they looked great. I gave the card to my wife who looked at them on her laptop and they looked good. I looked up at a photo pinned to my cork board of my son sitting on a stone bridge that I recent took and brought immediately to walgreens for printing (no PP, straight from my memory card). I grabbed the photo and opened the image on my comp.....the image looked SLIGHTLY less exposed in the photo and SLIGHTLY more exposed on my comp....... The difference between the RAW yearbook images on my cameras LCD and my monitor is dramatic. What could be causing this dramatic difference with these RAW photos compared to others that are JPG? BTW I have a CRT monitor (is it true CRT monitors are more accurate than LCD monitors?