You may not have noticed, but just like you are left-handed or right-handed, you are also left-eye dominant or right-eye dominant.
Most people are right-eye dominant. So they use that eye to look through the viewfinder:
Meaning that the other eye looks at you directly – either that, or the photographer has to close that eye.
I, however, am left-eye-dominant:
So you will never see my other eye.
This has two drawbacks: I look like I am hiding behind the camera, andthe LCD gets greasy from being in constant close contact with my node.
But at least I do not get confused by seeing two different views, and I do not have to squint with my other eye – the camera naturally blocks it. So I think left-eye dominance is good. Just saying.
(I am also left-ear dominant. You will never see my iPhone on my right ear. Always left.)
So now you have learned another little thing about photography – and quite possibly, about yourself. You are welcome.
(And do you see how I am holding the camera? That is how you hold a camera).