One of the exercises I suggest to my younger photographic friends is to go a week without looking at their LCDs. Learning to shoot digital like film - waiting to see to outcomes when the images are "developed" - creates a shooting discipline that really improves digital shooters' output. Since they cannot see the results in real time, exposure and composition have to be more planned. (Excepting the case where the shooter uses the camera in 'spray and pray" mode - but that's not photography.)A digital camera makes us notoriously profligate with exposures.