My sister is getting married. Everyone in the family knows I have a camera and they like what they've seen of my abilities; they all think I'm good. As most ignorant people do, they think I can shoot events (such as a wedding) and do a good job. I try to explain that I'm best when things are sitting still and/or when there is plenty of sunlight and that event photography and/or indoor photography is best left to the pros, but this is an El Cheapo budget wedding, so my advice falls on deaf ears. I have a Canon 10D, which is totally awesome for low light, NOT! Lenses I have: Canon 50 1.8 Canon 100 2.0 Canon 28-105 3.5-4.5 Sigma 17-70 2.8-4.5 I have no flash unit. I don't like flash and have never learned to use it. Everything will be available light. A couple of questions: 1) Assuming I don't get any new gear for the shoot, I'm interested in hearing ideas for the best way to do it with what I have. 2) If I need to get something else to do it, what should I get? I figured I wouldn't upgrade my 10D until I had so much money I could wipe my butt with it, but I suppose its time to get at least a 20D, which I understand is much better at low light/high ISO shots than the 10D. I suppose I could buy a used 20D and sell the 10D after the wedding to offset the cost of the upgrade. That way I'll have two bodies on me during the shoot. My lenses... Do I need to pick up something else more suited for versatility and low light? The wedding will be held in a very small building, so I figure a lens with reach will be too tight. I have no idea how many windows it has, if they will be open, or if the place will be lit by candles. I was thinking of buying/renting an image stabilized lens. Probably a good monopod as well. Suggestions anyone? How do you meter for a wedding? Black tux, white dress; zone system nightmare for someone that hasn't done it before. Usually I just trust the camera's meter and shoot Aperture Priority. Its not like you can walk up to the pulpit and get a meter reading off of the tux... Any advice will be appreciated.