I ordered two alienbees, a softbox, paper backdrops, etc last week. They came in and of course upon my work hearing about this, they needed a quick shot of an executive for some magazines and news articles across the nation! Whew, the pressure is on! My goal: to make shoots like this better and better - as I will be doing this on a regular basis now. When they need a quick studio shot of somebody, I am now the go-to man in the company. Please give advice on what you like and what you don't. You can see all the pictures at http://www.w3bolivar.com/lr/andy/ 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. There are more I'd like to show you, but don't want to overload this thread. http://www.w3bolivar.com/lr/andy/ Tell me what I can do to make future shoots better and better. Being my first time with studio equipment, there's plenty of room to improve.