When I'm outside shooting in a shadowy area, should the camera be set to front or rear sync? Or does it matter? Yesterday I was practicing and I found a sweet spot at 1/250 at f4. I want the look where the subject is evenly lit and the background isn't dark. It seem to work well when the subject is in the shadows and the light is somewhere behind him (but not actually reaching the area) Now lets have the subject in the shadows and the sun is in the clouds but my subject is now facing the same direction the sun is at. Now my photos look more "flashy" with a lighter subject and darker background. Should I tell my flash or camera to do something different in those situations? Or should I do a EV/EL on the background or the subject before pressing the shutter? Is there a super easy tutorial available for pretty plain flash use (nothing fancy) ? I use TTL and a diffuser, if that makes any difference.