In a week I'll be setting out on my summer vacation at my parents lake house then Glacier National Park. The first two nights of my vacation will be spent at the lake house where I will have plenty of people to practice various lighting setups on throughout the day. One of the traditions at the place is spending the evening at the campfire drinking and making fun of each other. There are some pictures here and there of campfire shenanigans, but they are all camera phones pictures. I figure it'll be fun to shoot with my 600D, 50mm f/1.4 and a flash to augment the firelight. The campfire has a wood structure over it to protect us drunks from the Pacific Northwest rain. This picture will give you an idea of what it looks like: I was thinking I could hang a light from the center of the structure, right over the fire. I figure I could wrap it in saran wrap to protect it from the smoke, then hang a bit of cardboard directly under the light with a layer of aluminum foil on it to block the heat from the fire. This would be the light setup (I dunno why the picture of off 90º, it is right on my computer): Does this sound like a reasonable plan? What would you do? How should I gel the light to best match the firelight? Thanks for all the help!