Your screen brightness is wrong. If you're editing with your screen brightness on full blast, you're wrong (and damaging your eyeballs, yo)
"But Tyssa, I can't SEE!"
Get used to it and protect your sensitive eyeballs (this is the only pair you're going to get- shocking, right?)
I always recommend editing with your screen at 50% here's why: -You'll get a true calibration of exposure (if your screen is too dark, you might overcompensation by exposing the heck out of your images) -You'll save your eyes (blue light is NO joke) -Most people have their screens at 50% naturally so they'll see what you see If you're editing on full brightness, it'll take you some time to get used to but I PROMISE your eyes (and images) will thank you.