I'm back! I just fired off a few practice shots with my new lighting I got today. Setup: I am using my 420EX on one lightstand with a shoot-thru umbrella (camera left) and a 100 w/s monolight with a reflective umbrella (camera right). I have 2 reflective umbrellas, and one shoot-thru. I didn't have time tonight to switch them around, so I was playing with one of each. I plan to play more tomorrow! Anyway, I'm hoping someone can give me technical C&C. This is by no means a creative shot. More DMV-like than anything. It's my very tired husband who was kind enough to let me snap a few of him before he went to bed. So... I'm hoping for technical C&C that has to do with lighting, exposure, and how much shadow (if any at all) is acceptable with a photo. I adjusted the lights, how far away they were from him, etc, and I couldn't completely get rid of the shadow. What can I look for, work on, and be aware of when shooting indoors with my cheap lighting setup? Thanks in advance!