Hi guys, I am having a gathering with some of my new swimming friends from Uni and this will be our first time together outside of the pool! A couple of people will be taking their digital cameras and whilst this will be fine for Facebook or whatever, I would like some slightly better and more memorable pictures! Ideally I would have my Lomo and Hasselblad film cameras with me but these are stuck at home so I am stuck with a Konica Autoreflex 35mm camera. I have used about 12 shots of the film (400 iso) in it at the moment and was wondering what the best options for taking pictures were now. Bearing in mind that the location is quite dark I was thinking of borrowing a Flash from my University store... I have an external light meter as the batteries are no longer readily available for the camera and I was wondering how would I meter for the flash? Would there also be a way check that the flash works without wasting a few frames? I realise I have sort of gone the wrong way about this but it is short notice and I am looking to make the best out of a bad situation! I could possibly under-expose the film and push it in processing although I am unfamiliar with this using my C41 developer! Does anyone else have any other suggestions of things I could try? I am a student to blank firing the rest of the film and getting a 1600 iso film or whatever is slightly out of the question as I am also quite far away from the nearest Jessops! I am just looking to get a few fun shots that will not be the generic P&S digital shots that everyone else will have got! Cheers!