This is a digital wedding question: Yesterday I photographed an outdoor wedding at Stern Grove in San Francisco. In San Francisco, heavy high dark fog is common. This required fill-flash to avoid the "raccoon eye" effect. I photographed the wedding with FILM and TTL fill-flash, which is very reliable. I also did some "side shooting" with one of my digital cameras: Olympus E-10 and FL-40 flash in TTL mode. Most photos with this camera were fine, but a large number of them were extremely flash over-exposed. Even the Olympus camera manual warns about the problem of over or underexposure due to the dominance of one strong density in the image: pure black or pure white. All of the over-exposed photos were of the gentlemen in black tuxedos. I am confident that my FILM images will be fine, since my Nikon TTL system seems to accommodate to all situations, but the digital are unpredictable. The attached photo with the digital and flash fill is horrid. Is this a problem with all digital fill-flash systems, or just mine? My digital friend, who was with me, photographing in digital, knowing what he is doing!, suggested reducing my digital flash output to -2. Other digital fill photos at this event, with dominate neutral tones, came out fine. Any thoughts? Any suggestions? This was a digital practice for me. Thank you.