I'm trying to grow as a photographer, so please offer your honest critique of this image: This was shot at friend's party for their baby's first birthday. I brought my Canon and took a load of shots for the couple, and for fun. 99% of the shots, including this one, were un-staged candids. This was shot inside a pavilion, with my on camera strobe being bounced off the painted white ceiling. I put the camera in manual mode, but left the flash on ETTL. I took my meter readings off the sunlit grass outside the pavilion, then relied on the flash to bring the subjects inside the pavilion to a proper exposure, after doing a flash exposure lock on the subject. Was this a good way of doing things? My laments are that she's a framed a bit too tightly, and that patch of grass is blown out. What else did I screw up?