Hello everyone. I haven't posted in a while, but I've been doing my share of reading. Many of you on here offer great advice, which is really invaluable. Anyway, on to my question. I recently shot a wedding in a church that had some really nasty light hitting the altar/stage area. Probably the most unflattering light you'll ever encounter when shooting a wedding, in terms of harshness and color. I struggled to get a decent exposure when shooting the formals (luckily we took many outside formals as well), and the color varies immensely from a person's head down to their legs/feet. I've attached an example image, but here's my question. I've broken it into three parts... 1) What can you do, while shooting, to minimize the impact of the nasty lights? Should you increase your flash output and deal with the "deer-in-the- headlights" effect, which reduces the amount of ambient fill that is killing the image? 2) What, if anything, can be done post-process to deal with different colors of light in the same image? 3) When you encounter this type of lighting in a church, do you say anything during the formals to the B&G about the lighting conditions? For example, would you suggest another location, or possibly going outdoors, even if that was not the original plan? Any insight would be much appreciated. I don't encounter this situation very often, but I'd like to be prepared for the next time, whenever it may be. Thanks in advance!