I missed this comment. So you're saying that checking the LCD screen is a sign someone doesn't know what they're doing? I must be really clueless then because I'm always checking my histogram and the framing since my crop camera viewfinder does not have 100% coverage. I've even been known to use the zoom tool and check my focus when it really matters. Does this also apply to the studio? Because when I use my DSLR in there I'm checking every time I make an adjustment to the strobes. One thing that's been said by my professors repeatedly in my photography classes is that you should take advantage of every tool available to you to make the best image possible. Why on Earth would I not check the LCD screen? It's not a sign of someone who doesn't know what their doing, it's a sign of someone who wants to make sure they got it right. Nothing wrong with double checking yourself.