Hey all. I have some questions for you. I got a new job and they found out I do some photography on the side. We design exhibits for lots of different companys. When we are finished designing and building the display we take pictures of it. Im not experienced at studio style photography. I have never had to set up lights and such. I have learned how to adjust my camera to adapt to my surroundings. They have a light set here and Im using my S7000. The light set consists of 3 lights on stands. 2 have umbrellas and the third can have several things, shelds, a honey comb lookin thing. Besides just taking time to learn where to put the lights and face them where and how bright to set them all, Im having a hard time not over exposing my photos. No matter how fast I set my shutter they always come out over exposed. I do ok when I dont use the 3 lights hooked up to the shoe, but I would like to learn how to take good photos with 3 lights going off with a flash. Or do I even need all 3 to flash? Anyway, any advice would be great. Maybe you can point me to some past threads on this or some other websites about this.