Hey guys I have a few newbie family portrait questions for you guys. Ive been lurking in this side of the forum for some time now soaking in all of the information I can from you guys and now im off to shoot a small family portrait of a friends family tonight which will include about 6 members tops. What Im looking for is some advice on lighting and any other setup info u may have. well be shooting in my friends home to give u an idea of the setting we will be in... What I have in my little arsenal is a canon 10d, 17-40mm f4, 50mm f1.4 and a 550ex. Other accessories I have are a off camera shoe cord, lumiquest pocket bouncer, lumiquest mini softbox, sto-fen omnibounce, a 42 5 in1 reflector disc and of course my tripod. my girlfriend will be on hand in order to be my lovely reflector-holder assistant person. Hehee. i also have a 70-200 f2.8 and a 100 f2.8 but i figured they might be too long depending on if the setting is too tight... ill have to see what kind of room i have to work with once i get there... Also a side note, ill will be shooting in RAW Any tips, trick or suggestions would be greatly appreciated! Thanks in advance!