Ok folks I have a black background and a white background. I have 2 AB 800 strobes and in the past, I generally used my black BG the majority of the time b/c I could never adequately pull off the white BG. It always came out muddy, looked like shiat on a cracker and generally just ticked me off. I am making it my task to once and for all get this figured out, b/c I know it's not that big of a deal. Now I'm finally getting some decent high key results w/ the white BG as I'm using one of my AB bare bulb, no reflector and 2 stops higher than the main light which I'm using w/ my giant octobox. (My next purchase will be a Sekonic 358 Light meter by the way). Anyway, I'm finally in the ball park of what I want to do. Stupid question... how do you hide/position the strobe in the BG so you don't have to clone it out. I'm in a pretty tight space and if I move it to the side and try to light it on an angle, it ends up lighting the subject as well which I don't want.