Question about Cameras
Leave the flash in ttl, with the backlight setting on. The flash should be off camera to one side at a bout a 45 degree angle to the subject. you should get an off camera flash cord like the one shown http://www.spartanphotocenter.com/spec-sheet.html?catalog[name]=Nikon-SC-29-TTL-Coiled-Remote-Cord-flash-cord&catalog[product_guids]=08e8b97d-5f2f-4b4a-9ed7-2adb002dd0cf this will allow you to get a more pleasing side light. the camera can be set where ever you are most comfortable.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
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