Recently I returned from a company sponsored outing in California. During one of the company evening events I utilized my D-70 with SB-800 flash to take some photographs of my counterparts.
One of the shots I took came out extremely overexposed. This has happened to me before and it puzzles me as to what I am doing wrong.
My camera was set on "P" and I was standing about 8 feet from the couple I photographed. The flash was set to TTL Balance and I had the white diffuser over the flash head.
My focus point was between the couples heads more on the ear of the lady.
Is there enough information to tell me why this photo was overexposed? At least 2 stops worth.