In This Chapter
Displaying your image’s information
Working with the histogram
Previewing, erasing, rotating, and protecting images
Modifying image review time and monitor brightness
Using Quick Control
Viewing images as a slide show and on a TV set
Digital photography is all about instant gratification. You snap a picture, and it appears on your LCD monitor almost instantaneously. This gives you a chance to see whether you captured the image you envisioned, or something not quite to your liking, also know as a dud. But your LCD monitor can do much more than just display your images. You can get all sorts of useful information, such as the shutter speed, aperture, and other pertinent information about the image. You can even display a spiffy graph known as a histogram that shows the distribution of pixels from shadows to highlights.
The information you can display ...