I have agreed to help my friend with the photography at his wedding. It's a Muslim wedding and so there are two halls separating men and women. He hired a professional photographer for the women's hall, but asked me to do my thing on the men's side. I am a little nervous but it's a free job and I think it will be fine because expectations are low... I have the OM-D and the Oly 75mm, 45mm, and The panny 25mm. And I couldn't be happier with the combination. I usually just shoot raw in aperture priority and come out with some great shots..... The hall is a little dim, which shouldn't be a huge problem for my primes but... If I want to keep things in focus it might get a little dim for the smaller aperture settings. Long story short, I bought the FL-600R and an omni bounce! I got it to work in RC mode and TTL with the little flash as a trigger. I understand all the menus and how to change the setting in the flash itself and in my OM-D. But I realized that there's a lot I need to learn. I've been playing around trying to get the settings right in my house but the flash keeps throwing me such a curve ball. The geometry of my usual work flow is completely disrupted by the presence of a flash!!! I immediately tried to shoot in aperture priority like always and the shots keep coming up dark with odd shadows and completely unexpected results. once in a while after I fiddle with stuff I can get good shots using it as a fill flash but for the most part my shots are crap I really just want to put the flash on my tripod and place it next to me or put it on banquet tables and stuff while shooting to keep things illuminated but I guess I'm going to have to do some more homework before I can completely understand what should be done. any suggestions?