Hey guys ... so, I'm meeting a friend of mine next week to take some casual, late afternoon (and sunset time) photos of her Siberian Husky. It is expected to be a milder day, with no snow on the ground. In any case, I want to take the best images I can, without dragging a ton of gear with me -- it's not meant to be ultra professional. So, my thought is to just take my camera body and 85/1.8 with me -- bump up the ISO as necessary, and leave it at that. Most of my shots would be closer, portrait style images anyway -- focusing on the ice blue eyes of the Siberian Husky. But, there is a side of me that says to bring along a speedlight just in case there is a nice sunset and I need some fill. What do you all think?