Hi - I am VERY nervous as I'm not the best with the flash. All the weddings I've done in the past, I've shot in all-natural light, right down to using 3200 speed b&w film at the candlelit receptions (luckily, my clients know that and they WANT that type of look). The wedding I have coming up in a month is similar - but it's the first time I'll be shooting such a late event (wedding doesn't start until 6:00 p.m.) Everything will take place in the same venue - ceremony/ reception, etc. I'm going there tonight to check out the lighting conditions. I hate to ask, because I'm so ignorant, but can someone please give me some basic tips on the best type of lighting for the reception? The bride and groom really want the grainy, 1600/3200 speed look, but I want to be able to shoot flash as well, for the color shots and for when the light gets too low. At my last wedding, there really was NO available light once the dancing started, so I used flash - and the results were pretty boring. I use a Canon EOS Elan 7 (2 bodies) and my flash is the Canon 550EX. I have a stroboframe and a diffuser (although I think I'll get one of those Gary Fong Lightsphere Clouds based on another post I read)... I am going to go nuts practicing from now until the wedding, so any help would be appreciated! Thanks.