Experts, lend me your ears, and your advice. Recently shot at a wedding in the darkest church I've seen to date. Had problems with my color film images made under the balcony overhang - where it was pitch dark -- with the subjects being backlit. This is one of the better images shot in the sequence. Take a look at this underexposed image made with A2E, 20-35 lens @ 25mm, Manual Setting f5.6 @ 1/60, 540EZ set on TTL - on a bracket above camera attached with offshoe connecting cord - Fuji Press 400 - shot at 400. Camera rotated vertically on bracket with flash staying atop - in same position. Did this cause the underexposure? or too far? I'll stop guessing and let you help me (keyword: help) - if you please.