during dinner event you main light is flash, did you set your flash to TTL-BL? if yes, most of the shots will be underexposed severely.
btw, google bounce card.
anyway, u've suggested an interesting point regarding the rear curtain. so how do i activate that?
and thanks for all this info, dude.
and one more thing .... if you are still getting blur image using the rear sync mode .... errr ... hmmm .... like what catchlights wrote .. " just accept it " =)
I have play2 shoot 2 malay weddings. 1st with a Nikon Coolpix, 2nd was with a Canon S5 IS & a rented EOS 450D. Thinking of getting my own DSLR as I plan to get more serious with wedding photography. As a start, I'm still thinking of either Nikon D60 or Canon 450D. Then need to get flash and lens for either system.. Generally which of these 2 give better IQ and faster change of settings; etc ISO, WB?
After playing with both D60 & 450D, noticed that D60 images look very slightly better in same settings ( sharpen set to minimum, off all extra processing); both with Kit Lens. Nikon flash system also more consistent. So I go with the Nikon. Cheaper also.