Here are some of my indoor shots..... I've come to realize that if I bought a meter it would help me out tremendously. I want to spend more time behind a camera instead of on the computer! Anyone have suggestions of which to get.....of course money is an issue, but I want to get what I need. Someting I really want help/advice with is white backdrops. Mine seem to have a gray cast to them. When I try to brighten it up I am obsiously doing it wrong because then it washes out the people.....notice it a lot now because people are more pale that are coming in. I didn't know if a third light source would help that is just for the background? My only problem is I don't know if I have the room for it. I'm thinking it would be so close to the backdrop that it would make a circle on my background pretty much. Also, on the opposite end....black! I will explain a little more above the pictures. 1 2 3 4 5 ok this is my niece.......I know it is a horrible picture besides the fact that she is adorable and loves posing! I love looking at black on black pictures, but her skin is pretty much glowing! I know the black hat really doesn't work either. I was just experimenting. Advice needed! 6 Now this picture, I raised one of my lights to help keep her hair from blending in with the background. It makes the black look lighter, but better than the one above. Is this what I should have done? 7 Now for the white/gray.... 8 9 Thanks for everyone's comments......good or bad!