Hi all, I haven't been on these boards in a while- but I spent so much time here first starting out, I thought I would turn to you all for some advice. I've never been in a situation like this before! This is really a two part question. Back Story: I recently was hired to photograph a small 3 hour portion of the wedding. The couple wanted me to start right at the beginning of the ceremony, and then keep me around for some portraits. Point being, I didn't see the bride before the ceremony at all, as I showed up to set up my gear and make sure I was ready to go. The ceremony was a little different and held in a local music hall, and their theme was twilight- so there was absolutely no natural lighting, and verrrrry little ambient lighting- just some string lights and a few stage lights. So, the bride comes out and her make-up was about 5 shades lighter than her natural skin and the rest of her body. She's a bit older, naturally gorgeous lady when we had met several weeks earlier. I was shocked at her make-up and her bright lipstick and white face- eeeeek! She looked a bit like a Geisha. Of course I can't stop the ceremony and so continue shooting while the ceremony commenced. It was an hour long filled with music and people doing readings, etc... very cool. When the ceremony was over we went out into the natural light for some portraits, and while her make up was still much lighter than it should have been- it looked much better and almost intentional and so I didn't mention how white her face had looked inside. Not sure if it was my place to do so at that point- it was a pretty uncomfortable situation as you might imagine. The photos that came of the outside shoot turned out okay- I think with some small tweaking I can make them look pretty good. BUT, the inside flash lit photos are baaad, I mean- I am a natural light photographer when possible and so it was just really really different for me to have this out come. So my questions are as follows.... 1.) What on earth can I do to make these photos look okay? I've tried a handful of things in both lightroom and photoshop and I got them looking better, but not great. And, if I do come up with a solution for this- is it my responsibility to edit each one out of several hundred because of the make-up artists' mistake? 2.) Do I mention the editing dilemma to the bride in a soft way- and ask her her thoughts? I wonder if she realizes how much make-up she had on, and how off tone it was! I think that's it for now- I am trying to figure out how to load some examples for you guys to see.... Is there any way to post directly here without a link? I haven't posted them publicly- I guess I could make an album. Thanks so much in advance!