I have a session coming up. The father insisted that they do it at 11 in the afternoon. We all know that lighting at that time of the day is terrible. It will be an extended family portrait session, consisting of around 30-40 people. I have photographed this family before, multiple times. I'm doing the son's wedding the day before, and the bride and groom are heading out on their honeymoon at about 1 o'clock the day of the family portrait session - the time is non-negotiable. As a fore thought, I am thinking along the lines of fill lighting. I have one flash that can be used off camera, but I'm not sure how y'all support the flash off camera. What type of stand are you using? And will one flash be enough for that many people? I also have strobe lights I use in studio. They are NOT battery powered. I have looked around for something that I can take with me and plug my lights into, I guess like a mini generator. I'm used to picking the time of day I get to shoot, as well as location. This is getting me a little un-nerved. Any ideas?