New to the forum so first off... hello to all. I'm really looking forward to improving as a photographer and hope that I can lend help where I can as well. Shooting with D300s My question for today has to do with shooting inside. Especially with the holidays season and the weather turning cold, I will have more and more opportunities to shoot inside. I have 1 hell of a time finding the right setting to give me both a fine picture and the proper light, all the while trying to keep the temperature on point. I dont like the result of my built in flash as it gives me a picture brighter then my actual scene. What is my best bet? Would it be to get an external flash? Does anybody know any tricks as far as ISO, shutter speed etc...? My intuition now is just to set on aperature priority, set my aperature as low as possible and let it ride.... but I'm not loving my results. Thank you all for your help!