I have been shooting wedding for about a year now and have never done and outdoor wedding at night.
When I booked this wedding it was indoors but it has been changed to outdoors now and it is at night.
If you have shot an outdoor wedding at night....How did you light it.
My biggest concern is you can't bounce your flash.
If you shoot straight on you will get ugly light and it will fall off on people behind them.
My first thought was to have my assistant hold a reflector but that is kind of
The other thought was to set up some flashes with pocket wizards but I can't set up each light to to mix perfectly on each shot and umbrellas wont work with any type of wind.
Looking for any tips at all on lighting...Flash settings, camera settings, custom fuctions or any tip you think would help me to get great pics for my bride and groom.
The wedding isn't until November so I have plenty of time to practice.
I will have two photographers and two assistants.
I also will be shooting with two 5d mark ii and have two 30d's that my assistants can also shoot with when they are not assisting.
My lenses are 16-35, 24-70, 24-105, 70-200, 100-400, 50
ANY HELP IS GREATLY APPRECIATED!!!
Flashes are 580ex2