Many people told me to work on lighting and so I did. However, I tried a lot of things and still couldn't seem to get "the one" lighting that I absolutely loved. What do you guys think of this? Is it an improvement from before? Or could it still use some work? Pasted from Flickr: "I was instructed by many people to work on my lighting. So I did just that. I feel like in this, the lighting certainly isn't flat; but I feel like the shadows are too harsh now. I'm aware of the wrinkles in the backdrop, etc. I'm just asking about the lighting. Strobist Info: Canon 430EZ shot through diffuser behind camera right, 1/32 power, triggered via optical slave Vivitar 283 duct taped to tripod camera left, pointed left and bounced off a silver reflector, 1/2 power, triggered via PC sync cord. Silver reflector held below and in front subject"