I'm hoping you fine folks will be willing to give me a bit of advice. I've searched through the forum archives, but didn't find a whole lot that's on point. I'm an OK amateur videographer, but by no means a pro. I've got a decent grasp of the basic mechanics of shooting video (use a tripod, don't zoom, don't rely on the camera's built-in microphone, etc), so I'm not so much looking for that kind of advice. I've worked several events, but they've all been indoors, and this summer I'll be shooting an outdoor wedding. So, the main question: What are the gotchas I should look out for when shooting outdoors? I've read up on it a bit, I've been to the site and done some basic legwork, but I'm not going to list "Here's what I already know" - I know for certain that there are holes in my knowledge, and I'd rather not bias any advice you'd be willing to give. Many thanks in advance.