Hello! Long story short, I'm taking photos of a bunch of (all female) graduates. The photos are going to be taken quickly and formally (think school pictures). They will all be dressed formally in prom-style dresses. I am responsible for taking one full-body as well as one head-and-shoulders shot per grad. The catch is that they will be printed immediately without seeing a computer: ie, no pp! So while the expectations aren't high, there is no room for error. SO. What I'm asking is for posing ideas. Is there a traditional tried-and-true pose I can use? If you have examples, please post them! I think I'll probably have a bouquet for them to hold. As for lighting, I have to flashes with umbrellas on stands. I played around with it, and this what I've got planned. I'll have one light camera left, low (~3.5ft) and right beside the grad, to illuminate the lower part of the dress and act as fill on that side. I'll place the main light camera-right up high (~9ft), just forward of the grad. I'll have the camera on the tripod, eye level or higher. This is my first "serious" event where I'll be using off camera lighting, so I'm nervous and excited! Any other suggestions for lighting?