Hey everyone... So, I am really passionate about photography, and I jump at any opportunity in my community to cover events. Most have been successful because they were protests, cultural shows, and sports events - mostly in daytime. My next challenge is in 11 days, and it's covering a fashion show for a children's charity. From what I know, it's an 80 foot long catwalk, and lights would be provided by DJ and I wouldn't know how it will be except for the night before. However, I was told it would be somewhat dark. I will have unlimited access all over the event hall and can shoot from anywhere I want. Why am I stressed? MY EQUIPMENT AND LACK OF FUNDS. I am going to be using a D40x with an 18-135mm and an 18-200 VR lens. I don't have an external flash unit nor do I have the money to rent/buy. This is basically what i'll be working with. I want to atleast capture three exposures of ever model that goes down the catwalk, focusing on clothes, face, and accessories if I get a chance. Please give me any tips or advice and let me know if I can pull this off with the equipment I have. Oh, I'll also be able to use the show director's tripod. Thanks! Looking forward to your expert take on this..