Wow! What a great forum! This is my first post and I am looking for your input. I will be photographing my third wedding in April, the first was outdoors, the second was in a bright church and this third one is in a moderately lit church with a few restrictions.. Once the procession is complete, the photographer "retires" to the rear of the sanctuary or balcony, and must stay there until the signing of the register. Also, no flash is to be used until the signing of the register. I've been to the church once to do some test shots. I had my D70 and a Nikon 70-200VR lens. In order to get enough light into the scene and be at a 40-60th of a second, I had the lens wide open at F2.8, but found that I had to shoot at ISO640 or 800. I'm concerned about noise, but have not used Neat Image or the like.. would running the photos through this software eliminate the noise and is it easy to use? Also, I'd prefer to shoot at a 6oth+ to freeze the motion without the flash. Can someone with more experience please shed some light (literally) on the best way to handle these situations in digital photography? Many Thanks!