I hang here once in a while and try to help out, so I thought I'd post one for your comments. My next door neighbors' daughter turned 2, a good time to "attempt" a classic portrait. Hailey's her name, and she cooperated for about 3 minutes. You gotta work fast with these kids. The rest of the shoot was all squirming and crying, and we quit a half hour later. My serious work is rougher stuff, so this was fun for a change. Tech details: Pentax 645 film camera with 120mm lens; Ilford Delta Pro 100 film rated at 160; two strobe lights -- key light is a 12 inch reflector with diffusion disc, placed a foot behind and punching through a 4x7 white translucent panel about 4 feet from subject. Hair-and-fill light is a softbox on a boom 6 feet above subject. All this in my garage. Just threw a large black cloth over an old upholstered arm chair, in front of a black seamless. Comments welcome. Thanks for looking.