My wife's friend's daughter is getting married in a few weeks and the videographer took off with their money (and a lot of other people's). So my wife asked me to shoot it.
It's indoor in a catholic church and no external lighting is allowed. So I am looking for lens recommendations for my T2i (and a borrowed T2i which will be on a tripod).
I have a 50mm F/1.4 and a 28-75mm F/2.8. I'm wondering if I should rent a 70-200mm F/2.8 or if the 27-75mm will be sufficient with the camera's crop factor figured in.
Also, neither of the lenses I have has IS, so for the shoulder mount stuff I'm wondering if I should rent an IS lens instead of the 70-200 (maybe the 17-50mm IS)...?
I read on a blog that I should shoot everything at 720/60, but I'm concerned about the additional loss of light from the 180-degree shutter.
I've never shot wedding before with a DSLR, so any advice is welcome.