Hi! I'm an intermediate-ish hobbyist looking for experience from others. I am happily learning a lot about all kinds photography, but I find that many times the opportunity to take pictures coincides with events where I want to take pictures of people. In particular, I find many times that I struggle with getting candid indoor pictures of my friends/family/etc. My primary lens is a 17-85mm f4-5.6 IS, though I do sometimes use my 50mm f1.8. I also recently got the Speedlite 430EX II, which has significantly improved the posed shots. The problem is that the flash seems to really kill people, so I may be able to get on candid shot, but one is all before people are all too aware that I'm firing off the camera without asking them to pose. Obviously having a really 'fast' lens and avoiding flash is one solution. What solutions do some of you have for this problem? Thanks!