Nail that exposure!
So, I've been photos for awhile now and I've alway seem to shoot a bit on the dark side (please read next few sentences with your best Darth Vader imprecation) of the exposure. Which isn't bad but I like to be on the lighter side.
To establish my exposure I first look at the meter (through the viewer) and then look at the exposure after the photo is taken on the back of my camera. Here lies the problem. The brightness of LCD on the back of my camera was set to high for me, making me think I was nailing my exposures then when I would edit the photo on my computer they actually where under exposed for my liking. THIS IS A PROBLEM! and I lived with it for sometime now but Not Anymore! The solution: Turn down the brightness on my LCD! Super simple fix that I should have done to a long time ago, in a galaxy far away.
The moral of this story: If you seem to be getting to bight or dark of photos constant. Turn up or down your LCD brightness tell your getting the exposure you wanted.