Expose to the Right!
No, not a guide for exhibitionists!
For those wondering, here is an example of how "exposing to the right" (i.e. of the histogram) can give you plenty of leeway in post, and give a very different end result than what you see on the back of the camera, which can look flat and uninspiring.
Actually this image has plenty of leeway, so did not really need this as much as some, but illustrates this "overexposure" technique vividly. It can make all the difference when the scene lacks contrast. If you want to increase it in an image taken in such circumstances (and usually good processing involves some increase in contrast somewhere, especially in skies - which are much more unforgiving than this scene), you can rapidly get banding and other grunge, the risk being reduced if you ETTR.
I haven't exposed further "to the right" because those tiny white shells would max out to bleached white dots if I had, not that you can see at the resolution available here, but you could in an A2 print.