Here is a question for the lighting experts. - What is the best way to shoot with an off-camera flash during the reception? The plan is to have an assistant carrying a monopod with a small softbox and a shoe mounted flash. One option is to use TTL Control radio slaves. - I am considering splurging out for Radio Poppers, or Pocket Wizard's mini TT1 and Flex TT1, but they are pretty expensive. Another option is to use manual flash triggered by ebay slaves. This may be problematic, because I would have to constantly adjust the aperture for different distances. I am worried that this approach would be too limiting. One more possibility is to fill the reception room with slaved flashes, all aimed at the ceiling and walls, triggered by rental pocket wizards. This could be a problem, because light stands can be a danger to the tipsy wedding guests. Any suggestions would be much appreciated.