Sorry if this is in the wrong area, it said lighting on the description so here goes ... I'm thinking of buying some proper lighting for taking portraits / still life shots indoors. Partly just to make nice pictures, partly to provide images for article writing. I'm on a bit of a tight budget, so I want to make sure I do my research and get this right. For the still life stuff I've been told a light cube is a good idea, to get a more even distribution of light on the subject, so I've come across this : http://www.stevesphotoshop.co.uk/photo_light_tents_cubes.html If bought with one of these, obviously I'd need some decent lighting to go with it (bit new to the concept of colour temperatures etc.) - how do these look ? http://www.stevesphotoshop.co.uk/daylight_fluorescent_lighting_set_triple_bulb_T75P.html Is continuous lighting suitable for portraits or do I need a good quality off camera flash ? If so, has anyone got any suggestions for these, and how are they controlled ? I have a Nikon D70s, and I am told this can be used to control off board flashes, but beyond that I'm stuck. Would one of the Nikon speedlights help (e.g. SB-600/800 ?) A lot of confused questions there I know, any help appreciated.