Hi, A friend from college recently asked me if I was interested in being the photographer at her wedding. I told her that honestly I didn't have what it takes for the job as I have zero experience in portrait photography so I wouldn't want to ruin her day and I'm not comfortable with the pressure that goes with it. But I told her I'd be interested in trying an engagement session with them just to see what I could come up with. She liked the fact that I told her what I really thought about her idea (of having me as their photographer) and would be happy to do an engagement session. I've told her I know a park that would be a nice location for it. In the early morning on the weekend it should be less crowded that in the evening and we could get a nice light. First when it comes to gear: I have a 6D and a t4i (it will be in the bag as a backup just in case something happens with the 6D). I'll bring the 50mm 1.8. I also have the 24-105 f/4 and the 70-300 f/3.5. I'm thinking about renting the 70-200 f/2.8 for the occasion. I've had an eye on this lens for some time for sport and landscape. This would be an opportunity to try it out. Do you think I should also rent a wider lens (instead of using my 24-105), like the 24-70 f/2.8? Any advice on the shoot itself? It would be very welcome. She is very easy-going and fun, he seems more reserved and I'm less familiar with him. I'm planning on going to the park to scout the location more in details and choose some specific location within the park.