Not "how to get married," but "how to use an X100 (or something similar) at a wedding." I just got back from one (sister in law), and I tried something that worked out fairly well. I'd really like some feedback on what could've been even better. The setup is that it's a lit dance floor, so there's some light but it's a 3200 / f2 / 1/125 kinda scene. My wife, daughter, and friends were all dancing and doing awesome things I wanted shots of, and the pro photog was not near us. So I grabbed the X100, and: 1. Set ISO to manual 3200 2. Ap to f2.8, because I wanted a teeny bit bigger depth of field, due to #3 3. Set focus to manual (and here everyone with any X100 experience should gasp because it is wretched on this camera) 4. Set shutter to 1/60 I roamed around, used the AEL/AFL button trick to prefocus the camera at about the right distance, and left it set as long as things stayed about that distance from me. In that setup, I was able to rattle off a ton of shots quickly, to frame with the rear screen and get the camera where it needed to be, and got a lot of decent stuff. This setup produced shots that were somewhere between 1/3 and 2 stops too dim, but with little/no motion blur and "only" 3200 speed grain. So in post I could just crank up mids on the jpg's and get something pretty ok, because the camera had enough dynamic range to get detail in those shadows. I like the results but I know some of you could've done better. I wanna know how. - Should I have just gone f2 and gained a stop of shutter speed? - Is there now way to do a lot better without a speed light?