I just purchased a Canon 40D and am having big problems trying to shoot indoors under studio light. I upgraded from Fuji S9100 which I had mastered in the studio - it had very few settings and was easy for me to set up. Now I feel as if I am back at square one! I feel like I am totally just missing something obvious with the camera setttings. Please, any help would be greatly appreciated! Thanks! This is the type of lighting I would like to achieve. Studio portrait - Harri (5) on Flickr - Photo Sharing! This is the shot I just took with the Canon 40D, thanks to my grandpa for standing in as my model! (it's completely unedited). I have one large softbox (500 watt) on the subject and a two lights (250 watt each) on the backdrop. I now realize he is too close to the backdrop light and his face is washed out on one side. Every photo comes out looking very pink toned and flat. Skin doesn't look like skin. He has tan skin and here it looks very pink. I've tried so many ways of changing the tone, colors and every setting I can see. My camera was set on P mode, Tungsten white balance, auto ISO (which shot the photo at 800), and other info displayed for the photo (which I don't know anything about) says 1/50, 5.0, (+/-) +1. This is a photo I took with my Fuji S9100 with a shop light (not my new fancy softbox light), 250 watt bulb and two of the same lights used in the above photo aimed on the backdrop. Still not perfect but much better than I'm getting now with better equipment.