I am trying to learn how to take pictures indoors the best I can. I have a speedlite but it's only a 430EX and honestly, I don't know how to use it as I know it can do more than I am doing with it. My biggest problem is figuring out how to bounce the light. I have a good amount of windows in my living room, 10ft ceilings and cream colored walls. I'm not sure if any of that helps but, I need any advice possible! I can do pretty well outside but inside I'm a train wreck. I hate going over ISO200, it just bothers me. I try to stay at ISO100 as much as I can.
Any thoughts??? I have a small studio set-up still in boxes as I purchased it and then we bought a house so things were hectic and now I'm not sure where I will set it up since we just decided to start ttc our last little one. I want to try to perfect indoor pictures with just my camera and flash as well as I can, and do realize that it may be an impossible feat. I did take 0293892304 pictures the other day and managed to get 1 good one of my husband and I using my tripod and timer. It was worth it for that one picture. And I can do newborns well as I generally can put them near a window.
Okay, I'm rambling. I think you get my point