Review: Last Sunday, Easter Sunday, I photographed a wedding using 90% film photography. Trying to learn some digital techniques, I took some side-shots with an Olympus E-10 with an FL-40 off camera flash in TTL mode. Only a very few of the digital results were very very overexposed with the digital and I don't know why...no consistency. I ran a test: On my back porch, I have a small refrigerator. I put my Tuxedo coat on the frig and topped it off with a straw hat. The background was a neutral gray wall. I took three sets of images: Set 1: straight flash at 0, -1, -2 flash compensation. Set 2: frontal flash with an omni-bounce flash diffusior pointed straight at the subject at 0, -1, -2 flash compensation. Set 3: flash head at 45* up with the omini-bounce flash diffusor at 0. -1.-2 flash compensation. Guess what? ***Absolutely not difference between exposure #1 and #9***and all exposures were very acceptable! Exposure # 1 is posted here, and #2 below. I don't have a clue! I don't really expect any solutions. Just thought I'd let you know the results. I'll post my "problem print" down below as #3.