Derrick Story’s Missing Digital Photography Hacks should help me in my ongoing quest to take better photos. I’m being a really slow learner at this and am happy to read anything I have time for. I especially liked the tip about using the histogram display I have available in my Canon Digital Rebel.
A graph heavy to the left usually indicates underexposure with the image appearing dark (move exposure compensation to +1). If everything is scooted over to the right, that often indicates overexposure with blown highlights and washed out shadows and midtones (move exposure compensation to -1).
Looks like I should buy his Digital Photography Hacks.