My wife is wanting me to do the photos for a couple of makeovers. Three shots will be basic mugshots; as they show up with their regular daily makeup, cleaned up in prep for the makeover, and after. After that, we'll do a couple more shots in more normal poses just to show off the makeover, but for those three, color and tone are critical. Any tips for how to make sure they're accurate with minimum PP? Natural light is pretty much out of the question due to the time, and whatever setup I use will have to be portable, and preferably capable up being set up and taken down quickly. Here's what I've got at the moment; Minolta Maxxum 8000i, Canon PowerShot S2IS, Samsung S730. (Well, there's also an Ansco Shur Shot Jr., but I'm not considering that a viable option) In general, film is not really an option since we want to be able to look at the photos ASAP, and even if I had a few press kits laying around, I'm not going to carry the scanner, process on location, and hope it dries enough to cut and scan before we shut down, though I'll probably load some Tri-X in the 8000i and take it along for a few of the fun shots. The P&Ss aren't too bad compared to what she was doing, (mug shots with an even older PowerShot with what just nearly has to be the world's harshest flash - even the after pics looked like booking mug shots from the jail) but I'm planning to get a DSLR soon anyway. I'm thinking about a used Maxxum 5D, mainly so I can use my exisiting lenses and flash with it for other projects. Anybody out there use one of these for portraits? How does it do on nighttime sports shots and high-speed nature work? Also, are the lenses made for the 5D backwards-compatible with the i-series film bodies?