Hi, I'm trying to set up this online fashion retailer (like Bluefly) and I need to take photos of people wearing my products. Indoor vs outdoor shooting? I'm thinking indoor for product photos. What should I use for lights? Maybe I could use mirrors to redirect the sun on to my models? And should I just place them in front of a white blanket or what? Likewise, I'm thinking outdoor for the promotional material on the front page? The best time to shoot outdoors is around 10-11 in the morning right, while the sun is still "fresh"? Use expensive fashion models or ask innocent people on the street? What camera? Maybe a Canon EOS 450D? It came out "Best in Test" on Norwegian television in December 2008, and judging by what people seem to say about it, it looks like a good buy! What lenses? Would I need seperate ones for indoor and outdoor shooting? By all means, I need lenses that make my photos look professional, not like your regular mom 'n' pops vacation photos What tripod would y'all recommend? Would it be easy / is there an easy way to bring all of this with me when I go travelling? How to best ease the minds of my models and make them forget that they're actually in a photo shoot? Is anybody familiar with the use of vintage cameras (LOMO etc.) in fashion photography? I'm looking to spend about $1000-$2000 USD. I'm a big fan of Julie Pike, SHOWstudio, Wenche Hoel Knai, Anne Christine Ogundipe and Lars Brønseth. Much obliged y'all!