Well, I finally did my first stranger studio shoot, actually, make that stranger shoot. I don't think I could have possibly had more creative and fun people to work with though. It was just a very relaxed and fun few hours. I am looking for hard CC, though I will provide some of my own opinions. Especially on lighting and how it can be improved. 1. This one I think I could have worked on her positioning better. her body could have been turned more toward the camera so it wasn't practically a head on a completely linear body. Also, I should have asked her to move the hair away from her left eye. The blend is from Lisa Monistere - honestly, I can't wait to play with the blen/borders more. I am usually one to not use them, but I just love how they spice up an image. 2. How can I prevent the hard shadowing between them? I guess it would be a reflector near the floor pointing upwards and reflecting the left from the softbox on their right up? Does her hand look too awkward where his should be? 3. Here is the fun shot from the session. Who said fisheyes can't be in portraiture? 4. Now back to something a little more serious. I think the hairlight should have been positioned a little bit more behind him to prevent that line-like shadow across his left check and eye. Did I completely over do the skin softening? He has a fair deal of acne and the spill of the hairlight did not help! Oops. 5. Similar problem to 2 6. Probably my favourite. (Also, Lisa Monistere's blend) Thanks for your time!