Somehow I have found myself being asked to shoot events lately. I did a "Soul arrival Ceremony" last minuet a week or two ago, and I only got 28 pictures in an hour that I felt comfortable delivering. Though as it was literally a last min "would you please bring your camera!" I am not beating myself up for having a mediocre final set. Now I have been asked to shoot an event at our local parkour gym this Saturday, (As well as their Christmas Party in December). Its fairly low light, (Inside of an old church) so I am planning to bring my TTL speed light with soft box, and my 70-300 3.5-5.6. I don't have any wide telephoto's so I will just have to do the best with what I have! I could bring my 50mm and or my 24-105, but I don't want to carry too much equipment as the gym is quite chaotic and I wont be able to keep an eye on my gear. (I can always leave backup gear in my car, just in case) I have a 2 hour shooting window. Should I plan on having 2 cameras ON ME during the event? I will need to get action shots, and group shots. But its a big gym, so I think I can cover group shots with my 70mm. Lighting is fairly consistent throughout the main gym, so my plan is to get an ambient reading on the average light, adjust my settings to that and then use the flash for fill light. (I have very little practical use with on camera speed lighting, just random tests here and there- I really try to avoid it) Its not TOO serious, more like "We know you're good with a camera and we need some good images for social media, can you cover us?" I've asked for a shot list, but the only specifics she said is Some action and some group shots! Anyways, any tips or suggested modifications to my plan would be appreciated! Thank you for your time.