As the title says, next week I will be shooting a wedding in a church with no windows (it's in an old warehouse building). There are no windows in the main hall where the ceremony will be held, only lights from directly overhead. The ceiling is also very tall (30 feet +) and a dark color, so bouncing seems out of the question. For the ceremony, I will be right in front of the stage and there are no near by walls to bounce off either. Here is the gear I am working with: Nikon D90 SB600 Tamron 28-75mm 2.8 Nikkor 50mm 1.8 I also have some flash modifiers, including what is basically a foam bounce card; yet, I've never been able to achieve satisfactory results with this. I also have a bounce and shoot-through umbrella, but I don't think this will work practically for the ceremony. As with all this I do, I want to do the best I possibly can and deliver the best possible image. I usually shoot with natural light and the flash is a bit intimidating to me. What technique do y'all recommend for getting enough light to the bride and groom?