...and I need advice. It's a 50th wedding anniversary party with close to 200 in attendance. It is not paid (I wouldn't take something like this paid right now as I don't have enough skill/equipment) but I want it turn out nice. It's my grandparents and I'd like to have enough decent photos to put together a nice photo book for them. I'm sure it will be a low-light situation but I think I'll be able to bounce my flash of the ceilings and walls. I'll bring my reflector as well and my assistant will be there (thank goodness), so I'll have some one to hold the reflector and what not. I don't have any strobes (soon though, I hope!) so I guess I'd like any tips on using the off camera flash and reflector for low-lighting. Also would love any tips and/or tricks for shooting in a crowd and getting nice candids. All I have lens wise is the kit and the 55-200mm. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.