I'm shooting a baptism on Sunday for a former co-worker's family. It's outdoors at the church pool at 10:30am. I'm going to get shots of the entire ceremony, not just my co-worker's kid. The pastor suggested it to other families to allow me some practice/experience. I'll post the photos online and they can purchase prints if they decide. I was supposed to have a bunch of new gear this week, but the funds were delayed. Darnit. Anywho. I'm going to rent a lens because the best quality lens I have is the 50mm 1.4 and I really don't want to be on top of people while I'm shooting. I want a lens that will afford me a photojournalistic style. What do you suggest? Canon's 70-200 f/4.0? Something wider like 24-70mm? Should I use a speedlight? The kids will be wearing white. Ugh...in the sun...in a pool. I'm nervous-- even though I'm not getting paid. I don't want to look like an idiot out there...haha. Thanks sooooo much for any tips/advice!