Hello everyone, I'm new here, and I was hoping I could get some advice. I am a fairly new wedding photographer (2nd photographer in small business), and my wedding experience is limited. So far, I have been very happy with my results, but I have only at this point shot daytime weddings. With that being said... One of my very dear friend from childhood is getting married in the Florida keys in October. Her ceremony will be at 6:30 p.m. I have looked up sunset for this time of year, and it appears to be at 6:55 p.m. She has seen my photography, and is happy with the results, and I have tentatively agreed to be the photographer for her wedding for only the cost of travel. I am concerned, however, because currently I know I do not have the proper equipment to do a sunset wedding. I have a Nikon D60, and a lens range of 18-200. I will be seeing my friend again in a few weeks, and I would like to tell her for sure by that time if I will be able to do her wedding or not. In the mean time, I would like to find out what equipment I would need at the minimum. I know I will have a lot of time to practice photography at sunset if I do decide to do her wedding. I guess the deciding factor is how much the equipment will cost. What kind of flash would I need, at the minimum, to get good results? At that time of the day, will I need to have my camera on the tripod at all times, or is there a flash that will allow me to be mobile without going blurry? I know that many of you will say, "if you don't know, you shouldn't be doing it," but this is a dear friend, and I am hoping to save her some money if all goes well. I will not agree to do it if I don't feel that I will be able to do it right for her, but I would very much like to be able to if at all possible. Thanks for any advice you may have to give me in advance.