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| p.1 #2 · p.1 #2 · I can't stand TTL but my manual flash skills need some tweaks. |
Sounds like the right approach conceptually, but I'd be careful about underexposing the ambient room light too much. Your description sounds to me like you really want to draw attention to your lighting strategy, when what you ought to be doing is using your flash to enhance the subject in their environment. I rarely go more than a stop under for the ambient. As for outdoors, I don't think using a speed light's internal bounce card (if that's what you mean) does anything for you. If you mean bouncing off a reflector, that's a valid strategy if you have a way to hold the reflector. If you have that, then you have the ability to use off-camera flash, in which case the strategy above still works. Make sense?