I need some advice about Wedding Photography
I got drafted to take my nieces wedding pictures. It is outdoors under a pavilion, October 2nd @ 2 pm in Missouri. I have a Nikon D50, Nikon SB-600 flash, 3 lens; AF-S DX 18-55mm, 18-55mm wide angle, & AF 70-300mm.
I don't have much money and this is a free-be.
The wedding will take place under the pavilion, the before and after pictures will be taken on the grass under some trees next to it. With the sun and time of year the leaves will be falling and shade will be spotty and the sun at an angle.
The bad thing with the sun at their back there is a crappy building. If it is cloudy I can put their back the other way. BUT if not what can I do?
Can I take a white sheet and hing it up to defuse the light?
I'm not a photographer just a person who likes to take pictures.
Hope you can help me.
If you go to google maps here is the information to put in to see where it is (the green arrow is next to the pavilion, part of the elks lodge, where the reception is.)
1-285 E North St
St Clair, MO 63077