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    Question Question on underexposed shots...

    Hi there,

    I have been doing some reading after getting a little frustrated with my D810 underexposing images when the flash is on. I'm reading that there are a bunch of things that are going on from matrix metering, to flash fill, etc... However pretty clearly each time I take a picture with the flash on - whether its the on body flash or one of my speedlites, it's automatically choosing to underexpose by -1.3... How can I change this? When I manually bump it up +1.3, it's perfect..

    Thanks for any help!
    Mike


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    Re: Question on underexposed shots...

    Any possibility you have flash compensations set?
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    Re: Question on underexposed shots...

    Thanks for that lead! I have no clue how/when I adjusted that, or maybe one of the times I let someone take some pictures... haha. Appreciate the help though!

    I just googled d810 flash compensation and it lead me to that flash button on the front of the camera body and sure enough it was set to -1.3!

    Thanks again..
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    Re: Question on underexposed shots...

    Quote Originally Posted by AudiSportB5S4 View Post
    Thanks for that lead! I have no clue how/when I adjusted that, or maybe one of the times I let someone take some pictures... haha. Appreciate the help though!

    I just googled d810 flash compensation and it lead me to that flash button on the front of the camera body and sure enough it was set to -1.3!

    Thanks again..
    Glad it was an easy fix.





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