Camera: Canon 700D
Flash: Yongnuo 600 EX - RT 2
Scene: Most of the scenes I had were with basic lights, not dark for the eye, but bad for low ISO shots. I am shooting in Av mode with the widest possible aperture (in this case with 55mm on CROP = 88mm lens and 4 aperture) and I get a image which is almost white although I flash via the ceiling.
I had to retry with an exposure correction of -2,67 steps to get a nicely lit picture. I set the flash to 200mm.
Can you please tell me if that is normal or what I can do against that. It is annoying to try out which exposure is right. For the last few pictures I was not using the flash exposure control.
The subject was quite near, which could also have led to the over exposure.
Thanks for helping me tracking down that problem. I am not 100% sure that it is not the flash's fault, but I guess its me.
Thanks for your assistance,