Question about Nikon Cameras
Could have different causes. If you are using an Nikon flash, you should put it on TTL and your camera on automatic to check everything is working correct. Then you can change to all other modes and the camera should also tell the flash when to stop.
If you are using an other brand, or a wireless trigger, you have to adjust the camera settings yourself. Not knowing what flash you are using, and not knowing what settings you have dialed in on your D60, this is the first thing I can think of.
Perhaps if you keep having trouble, you give me some more details and I hope to be of any help then. Just a quick question. How is the light on the pictures when you shoot normal? (Without flash)
Posted on Dec 02, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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