I wanted to know what other wedding photographers are doing for wedding reception lighting. For almost a year, I have been shooting weddings with the use of only one flash that I have to keep on camera. I bounce it off the ceiling using a Gary Fong collapseable dome. I don't unnecessarily hate the results I get, especially when I sometimes get help from the constant lights setup by videographers who point the light towards the dance floor, but I think it's time to upgrade... I wanted to get into using more lights to illuminate the reception and wanted to know what I should be looking to purchase in order to get things done right. I've been toying with the idea of buying speedlites, more specifically, I wanted to place a speedlite in a softbox next to the dj, stage, or in a corner of the room, then use an on camera flash for fill light. I know some people use just the bounce card for fill light, but what do they do if they want to shoot a vertical shot? How would you avoid blasting the person trying to dance next to you with a blinding burst of light? What techniques are you guys using to light up a reception? And what do you do to also get shots that make it obvious that there is a party going on with ambient/party lights (purple, green, blue dj spotlights) while keeping subjects properly exposed?