Hey all, My brother is getting married in a couple of months and he's asked me to take pictures for him at the reception. I am by no means a professional, this is merely a hobby, but he knows I have a DSLR and can take "decent" pictures. I've done some Googling and have gotten an overall gist to what I "should" do but I've had great experiences getting insight from some of you here and would love a few pointers. I have a D7000, SB-600 & diffuser, Tokina 11-16 f/2.8 (not sure if I'll like the wide angle for a ton of shots but the f/2.8 sounds appealing), 50 1.8D, 70-300 AF-S VR, and 18-105. I have 2 memory cards and obviously extra batteries will be brought for the flash. He said the reception should go around 3-3.5 hours so one full charge should suffice? Based on personal experiences with the few weddings I've gone to and from what I've been reading online and due to being limited to one camera body, I figured the 18-105 and trying to limit the amount of zoom I'm doing (moving myself rather than relying on the zoom) would be enough. And with 18-105 limitations, Aperture mode and Auto ISO seem to be a must.