Ok, so I realize now that I did not have my lights set up right. I thought I had created enough of a rim/hair light by using a reflector, but I didn't. My problem is with the blonde headed boy on the right. Half of his hair is shadowed. I can not fix this for the life of me. I have tried everything. I tried cloning it out with the other hair, but it did not look right. Also, the top of the little girls hair is pretty dark too. Can anyone please help me? I would be FOREVER grateful! I used two softbox strobes. I usually set my external flash up on a tripod and aim it at the backdrop, but it was in the repair shop. I also know that there isn't much sepertation from the top of the dad/sons head from the backdrop because of this. I had originally shot this on a white backdrop which wouldn't have caused this problem. I'm not concerned about that at this point, I'd just like to get the hair fixed. I still have to do some touch ups around faces and other parts where I didn't blend my extracted pic with the black, and the dad had SEVERE farmer's tan on his arms that I will go back and fix. I have not fixed any of the color as far as their skin tones go yet, but I wanted to knock this problem out first.