I put these along with my licensing question in Shop Talk as an example of what I did to garner the interest of these guys (for another shoot at a different store; here's hoping *crosses fingers*). Please critique away. Any pointers for ways I could improve these shots would be great. All shot with my 50mm f/1.4 prime, which is effectively 80mm on my 450D (no retouching past exposure, colour correction, and contrast). Lighting conditions: multiple lights inside, predominantly white/blue fluorescent, but some incandescents in places. Large open window at the front of the store, during daylight. No flash used. Window to the left by about 2-3m, interior lights to the right. 1/125 at f/2.0, ISO 200 Hard to remember, but I think the interior lights are what are bouncing off his head, and the window is far back and left outside the FoV. 1/200 at f/1.8, ISO 200 Interior lights (as you can see...hmm, is that green fluorescent?) in the back and above, window behind the camera about 4-6m (roughly, can't remember for sure). 1/100 at f/2.2, ISO 200 Lastly, you can check out their website at www.chopshophair.com if you're interested.