It's been over 6 years since I shot my last wedding. They're a young persons game and I'm not in that category anymore. But, a nephew asked me to do his so I agreed. It will be the last. Frankly, I'm still not comfortable doing them with a digital camera, especially one as 'old' as the D100.. His fiancee came by last night and I took two or three, as much to do some in a controled setting (wedding day is not very controled!), and to get her used to me and to see how the camera would do. This is one of them.. The first one or two I did was with broad lighting and I saw that was a mistake with her so I switched to short light and I like it better. I thank you for looking and feel free to critique if you like! Jarrell P.S. Short lighting, for anyone interested, is when the main light is mainly on the 'shortest' side of the face (with the nose as the dividing line) fartherest from the camera. It's the style of light usually used on a person with a broad or wider face than average.