I would like to see how to best light this private dinning room for a surprise proposal event. People photography is an area I want to get into and this would be my first purposed go at it. The room is approximately 20' x 40' with 15' ceiling height. The room is lit with dim incandescent wall lights and two hanging light fixtures. The event will be at night so the huge street front windows will only spill in any street lamps and car traffic that happens by. There will be approximately 30 guest. The gear. Bodies: D700 & D300. Lenses: 20mm f/2.8 35mm f/2 50mm f/1.8 85mm f/1.8 105mm f/2.8 24-70mm f/2.8 70-200mm f/2.8 (I really don't think this will be useful here.) Lighting: Alzo Flip Flash Frame with Softbox kit (due to arrive on Tuesday) 2x SB800 SB600 2x 6' Light stands 8' Light stand with arm for 32" 5-in-1 reflector 43" Shoot through umbrella 45" Reflective umbrella Here's the room. Bear in mind these were taken for reference only, SB800 on hotshoe and bounced. My initial thoughts was to bungee two SB's on the downchain of the ceiling lights and bounce off the ceiling, but not sure if that would produce enough spill light. Thanks for any advice.