I got roped into taking pictures of a friends wedding in the middle of october. So far, I have only been concentrating on landscape photos, and have only taken snapshots of my kids, no real work with flesh. I am looking for suggestions for filters to enhance my pics. The ceremony will be in the afternoon in a gazebo (its in the bahamas, so I'm not sure if the backdrop will be water or trees). I know that in landscape, 2:00 in the afternoon is very bad light, but like I said, I really don't know much about portrait. If anyone has any tips on anything else (lenses, film speed, shutter speed, etc), about this shoot, please feel free to give your opinions/suggestions. I really don't wan't to buy a book about it (portraits aren't my thing), but I would be willing to check out any websites with good tips. Thanks Dave oh yea, I forgot to mention, I shoot film.