Hey everybody, it's been awhile since I've been active on here. Last Saturday, we managed to get my whole family together and took pictures. My sister-in-law hired a local photographer for the job and when she showed up all she had was her SLR and what looked like a 75-200mm-ish lens. The sun was setting and obscured by a neighbor's house. To the east was a line of houses with broke down trucks and rusty farm equipment (two must-haves in rural Arizona). Since we were just beginning to assemble, I asked the photographer if she was going to have our backs to the west and use a fill-in flash for face lighting. She told me she never uses flash and I just left it at that. Naturally, the pictures came out looking flat and everyone had a nice dark tan. Since we only paid $50 (I'd have been more upset had we shelled out real photography prices), I don't feel robbed or anything. The thing that irked me was how hard it is to get everyone together at the same time and now it was somewhat tarnished. As soon as she was done, I wanted to rush inside to grab one of my cameras and re-shoot everything but she stuck around for a while and the light was pretty much gone by the time she left. Had both my brother-in-laws and my wife not stopped me, I would have started to shoot before she was gone. (I guess I was a little hot under the collar at the moment). So my question is, what would you have done in that situation? (As a side note, she did give us all the pictures on CD. I asked her for the RAW files, but she only shoots in JPEG).