Hey guys! I'm very excited to have a job interview on Monday, but I'm also pretty nervous because I've never worked in a studio before. I do have experience working with small flashes and umbrellas. I've read a lot of David Hobby's blog, which is my main source of education on the topic. The studio, that I will hopefully be working for soon, shoots a variety of household items. I've practiced my off camera lighting mostly on people and animals, so I'm not really sure where to start learning about lighting techniques on different kinds of objects. I guess I'm looking to study as much as I can in one weekend. I need to learn A) about the common equipment used in a big studio and B) common lighting techniques used in catalog-like photographs If anyone has any good sources I could go over before my interview, please leave me links. I'll take recommendations for good books on the topic too. I know I probably won't be taking pictures at this job, and I'm really looking forward to the learning experience of working there. I just need to get my foot in the door, and that means giving a good impression at the interview. Any help would be greatly appreciated!