My daughter has asked me to take some photos of her just before her senior prom on Friday. She wants something a little better than the average point and shoot portrait that her mother would take. :mrgreen: She has chosen a nice location in a local park, the trouble is I have never done any type of formal outdoor portrait photography. I have two flashes I can fire off camera, I have one 42" shoot-through umbrella. I don't have a reflector but I do have access to a couple of large sheets of white foamcore. I'm going to do some reading through The Strobist but knowing that an 18 year old about to go to her prom isn't going to have much patience for me setting up lighting, I'd appreciate any tips anyone can give me to get some good, fast shots.