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hankwt

kingsville, CA
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hankwt Registered since 01st Mar 2012
Thu 01-Nov-12 11:45 PM

I have a D7000 and a Nikon SB 700 flash I have a great grasp of exposure settings in S A and M with ambient light both indoors and out i use mostly manual setting so hear is my dilemma Im just getting into flash:
Cam is set to Manual
I set my flash at TTL then i set my desired aperture then use my meter to check on the speed setting .... so how do i determine this if using flash ???
it seems to me the camera's meter is telling me the correct exposure without flash ??? what am i missing here or do i set my exposure just the same way ?? if i turn the flash on or off the meter says the same thing. I know flash is a whole different world but just trying to get some basics started here

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