Snapped a couple pics today at work of a couple of my favorite parrots. Also took a decent picture(finally) of my Sierra Garter. Setting is indoors, with multiple overhead flourescant tube lights, and 2 windows with daylight, for the birds. They also didn't like me taking their picture very much. The garter snake is in an enclosure with a compact flourescant overhead light. f/5.6; shutter 1/125; 1/4 power diffused flash; ISO 100 f/3.5; shutter 1/100; diffused 1/16th power flash; ISO 200 f/3.5; shutter 1/100; diffused 1/16th power flash; ISO 200 f/5.6; shutter 1/60; diffused flash at 1/16th power; ISO 100 Camera is Olympus E-520. Settings were apperature priority. Shooting a Zuiko 40-150mm f/4-5.6 zoom, for the garter snake and a Zuiko 14-42mm f/3.5-5.6 zoom for the birds. Any tips or advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!