I've met with the following scenario many a time but still can't find a way to get around it. Let's say:
- I'm in an indoor environment. Ambient lighting is like a typical wedding dinner setting.
- I use flash but I want ambient light to show up, so I use high ISO like 400 or 800.
- I take a picture of my subjects who are about 2m away. Ceiling is too high so I use omnibounce/bounce card.
- However, due to the high ISO which increases the minimum flash distance, my subjects get washed out.
Any simple and easy way to diffuse the flash enough so that I can achieve a decent flash exposure while still letting sufficient ambient lighting to show up?
Thanks for any help rendered!