Hi, I'm still relatively new to the :43: world, so I still have a lot to learn. I have an EPM1 with the Oly 45mm and Panny 25mm lenses and I've been asked to take part in shooting some photos for a wedding. Can anybody offer any useful tips for taking optimal photos for this kind of event with this camera and lenses? What are your settings on the camera, like, focusing area, auto-focus, etc. I usually shoot in aperture mode with the lowest f-stop number (eg., 1.4 or 1.8), but a lot of times, the iAuto works great, too. Also, a lot of times when shooting with such a large aperture, people's faces get out of focus when they are in slight varying distances, such as group shots. That's why I use the iAuto mode. If I want to concentrate on one person's face or a couple, then I shoot in larger aperture, as it seems to be more flattering in portraiture mode. I know this may be a bit general as to what I'm asking, but if anyone has shot wedding photography using your :43: camera, it would be great to get some tips!