I volunteered to photograph our church's Vacation Bible Camp this summer. There are about 600 kids plus staff that attend. It is from 9am-noon so I know I'm going to be dealing with broad sunlight for much of the time. I was wondering if anyone had any advice on equipment/lenses that would best suit this type of an event. I currently have a 24-105 f/4L IS and a 50mm f/1.8. I'm getting a 580 EX next week (and hopefully can figure it out enough to take a decent shot before then) for fill flash. And I have a lone reflector (which will be useless unless I have someone to hold it for me). My husband works right down the street from Borrowlenses.com's store front and can rent anything for a pretty reasonable price (for locals) so I could rent lenses or other equipment that anyone thinks I should have in my bag. I would like to try new equipment out ahead of time so I know what to expect which is why I'm asking now. Ok, any advice?? Oh, I shoot with a Canon 30D. Thanks so much! I'm hoping to take some great shots mostly to get myself noticed in hopes of maybe taking some pictures someday for a little income. Seemed like a good opportunity to get my pictures out to lots of families.