I'm new to the forum - please be nice About me...I am a children's portrait photographer and have been doing a lot of studio flash and natural light up till now. I'm sometimes also using speedlights and want to do more with these. I got a Nissin Di622 first off, but found that it wasn't intuitive enough and I was often not getting the light I expected. So this year I've splashed out on the Nikon SB-910 which is superb. I also use ezybox and umbrellas where possible. Oh, and I shoot with a D700. HELP...however a friend has now asked me to do her wedding as a favour - eeek! It's a relatively small wedding - about 40 people - but a register office an then hotel meal, both venues not necessarily easy for photography (I'm checking them out a bit more next week). SO....Does anyone have any TOP TIPS on flash photography at weddings? I prefer to have a natural light look to my photos - even if it's all flash.. so I tend to turn down the flash to -0.7 or -1.0. This works ok with shooting children where there's lots of light but I am wondering how this will work in a dark hotel in late afternoon? QUESTIONS in my head are... - What settings do you tend to use for flattering light? Does everyone use TTL BL for fill and TLL for dark rooms or have I got that wrong? - What settings do you use on camera - AP or M? Why? - What sort of shutter speeds do you commonly find yourself using? - Does anyone have BOTH SB-910 and the Nissin? How would I use them together most simply? - In general, would you use 2 speedlights together at a wedding? What about the large group shot? - Do you ever set up stands for your speedlights - if so for what setting? I have a camera & speedlight bracket and I was assuming that I wouldn't be using stands at all - let me know if I'm wrong... - Flash diffusers? I have ordered a Gary Fong Lightsphere because I thought it was probably a sure-bet. - Are there any setups that I shouldn't miss? Any sure-fire winners that the bride and groom will go 'fantastic'! If I know there are some winning shots in the bag I will be less nervous... [quaking in boots..shudder] It's my best mate who I have known for over 20 years.. and I don't want to let her down - please help!!