Hey all New to this forum, so bear with me if this is in the wrong spot. I've been a photographer for a while but I just got into wedding photography a couple years back. My photos have improved a lot, but I seem to encounter the same problem with a few different reception halls. A lot of the halls have reflective mirrors on the ceiling above the dance floor, and most of them have some type of lighting (chandelier, etc) hanging from those mirrors. So when i take photos on the dance floor (bounce flash), the lighting is always different and the shadows and highlights are scattered all over the subjects. I can never nail any solid shots in these locations. What can i do? I've attached examples below...in one of the photos you can see the type of ceiling i'm talking about. Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks guys!