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If your really worried about fill flash then maybe spend the money and get an sb-600 or sb-800 flash and it will allow you to adjust flash and adjust it at different focal lengths. The grip and grin shots can be tough with the onboard flash as its hitting the fisherman and fish directly in the face and can reflect off of sunglasses or off the fish and wash out the fish brilliant colors. Take the time to learn all the new and different settings and you will be able to fix small shadows with editing software. As for RAW my .02 is that is somewhat of a waste as it takes up tons of space and time and you need software to read it. Check out as he has tons of excellent info. Are you just putting the camera on auto and clicking away?
I will say you made a good choice going from the d3000 to the d3100 though.
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