Hi Everyone, I'm looking for some help and advice as I've been asked to take formal portraits of parents and students at our school awards ceremony next week. (I'm one of the teachers.) People think I'm a decent photographer, which is why I've been asked, but I usually do candid shots or landscapes, and they usually only see my best shots! We're going to do it as a sort of post-ceremony production line, where each family comes forwards, does their pose and goes. It's an important moment in the lives of the students, at their age, and I want to get it right. The trouble is, I'm never too good at those posed pictures. I'm not sure how to put people at their ease and stop them looking totally uncomfortable. I thought of taking a few on burst mode - is this a good idea? I probably won't have much in the way of set up beyond a tripod, a camera and a blank wall. Is there anything I can do to make the light work better? (It will probably be dark outside, and I'll have overhead strip lights - not ideal, I know.) Or anything I should do with camera settings to make the light work for me? (I've got a Panasonic FZ7) Many thanks one and all!