Hey there everyone! I have a couple of gigs this month that my friends and coworkers have asked me to shoot. I'm sure that these will require me to use a flash as these will take place in a reception hall. Having started photography earlier this year, I've only shot for a coworker's niece's sweet 16 where I used a FL-600R for bounce flash. My friend who is a wedding photographer calls TTL the "Easy Mode", but I found it to be a pretty frustrating experience as it seemed that I kept getting inconsistent exposures. A lot of the photos were underexposed which required me to do more work for post processing. I'm very persistent and eager to learn, so I was wondering if anyone can answer a few questions I have to help me get more consistent results. 1. Are you constantly adjusting flash exposure compensation depending on where you are located in the room? For example, If I'm in the middle of the room and if I want to bounce off the wall, will I have to up flash exposure comp versus if I'm standing in the corner of a room? Same question for ceiling height changes. 2. If you are using a 42.5mm or 75mm lens and want to take a full body shot, would you rather adjust flash position or increase power? 3. May be a dumb question... When setting your desired ISO, shutter speed and aperture, is it normal for your EVF and light meter to appear underexposed? I was just curious about this because I found it a bit difficult framing my shot when the EVF appears underexposed. Sorry for the very long post! Any information will surely be useful and greatly appreciated! Thanks!