I am setting up a small studio in an extra bedroom in my home. I will mostly be doing shots of babies and little kids - probably no more than 1-2 at a time. I don't have the funds, the room or the experience to have a ton of lights. The type of portriats that I love to take are much more candid that posed. I don't plan on using much in the way of props or backgrouns - pretty simple black/white. I have been doing a ton of reading and I just don't know the best way to go. Do I want to go for an umbrella set up or a soft box set up? The kids will not be sitting in one place so I need a fairly forgiving lighting setup. The room does have a window, but it doesn't get great light so I am thinking it is best just to pretend it isn't there. Do I just go for a main light and a fill light? And if so, what is the best/most economical way to do this? Is strobe lighting or continuous lighting the way to go with this? Could I ask any more questions?! I appreciate any advice!