Ok, my aunt is getting married in Feb and she has nominated me as the official photographer. I wanted no part of it, but she has her hearts pretty set. Needless to say I'm scared out of my mind. Tomorrow I'm buying a Nikon D200, The 18-70mm AFS lens will come in early December, and I'm planning on buying a Nikon SB600 or SB800 flash units (but probably the former since it's half the price). I'll probably also get the battery pack attachment. What I am wondering is if anyone out there who has sucessfully photographed a wedding can give me any kind of hints, no matter how basic or advanced. Who do I concentrate on when photographing? Do I photograph just the wedding or the befores and afters as well? Is there some kind of etiquet when photographing in the church (I assume I'd need to get the ring on the finger, and the kiss)? How about lighting? Is it best to slightly fillflash even during the middle of the day? Better to stand close with a wide angle, or away with a narrow angle? When photographing single people how do the professionals or proametures crop the shot, torso up or full body (I guess this one depends on the case)? ... help.