Hi, This is my first posting as I am still newbie with photography and Panasonic G5, I hope some on can assist me in regards to flash exposure and WB of G5. Flash Exposure. First Flash zero compensation is too bright so I took about 100 photos ranging from flash exposure -1ev, -2/3ev, -1/3 ev and zero flash compensation with power X zoom, 14-42. The flash exposure looks good on my computer when it is -2/3 most of the time but when the zoom lens angle changes, many times flash over expose the close up subject at the same setting. (still taking a photo from maybe 10 feet away) I think I understand that when you take a flash photo of a subjet on a wide angle, more back ground is in the photo so camera takes whole scene into account. However, when I do close up of a subject, (like lens is now at 35 or 80mm instead of 28mm) flash over exposes up to one stop. Why?? I have a panasonicc fz45 and it does not matter if I use wide angle or little close up, flash exosure on the subject is consistant. (Also, I went to local camera shop, Panasonic G5 with regular 14-42 lens seems to give more consistant flash exposure) What kind of setting do you use on Panasonic G5? What I am doing wrong? The second part is camera setting, I think +1 contrast, +1 blue and +2 red seems to give more pleasing photos to my eyes but I am not an expert. What settig do you use for daytime as well as night flash, if some one can share so I can experiement more will be appreciated. Thank you in advance.