My cousin in San Diego is getting married on Saturday (small ceremony/reception with close family) and I asked if they needed a photographer since it's a semi-last minute thing. It turns out they've been looking for a photographer, but none are available so I'm officially the photographer–I'm working for free since they have a very small budget...plus it will be a good experience. I let them know to expect very little, but that I'd do my best. I think as long as it's documented they'll be happy, but I want to give them some memorable pictures. That being said here's what I'm working with: 40D Tamron 17-50 2.8 1 battery 8GB memory card (shooting in RAW, so ~500 pictures) Courthouse ceremony (I think...I'm going over details with them in a few days) Everything starts at 2pm in sunny San Diego, so I think my lack of flash (aside from on-board) shouldn't be too big of a setback I know it's a mess, but I need any and all advice you can throw my way from pic lists, poses, strategy, and anything else you think I might find useful. I'm thinking about renting a lens or two (50mm 1.4, 70-200 F4L), but money is tight right now . How can I make best use of what I have?