In reply to this link I made my own reflector, following the advice, using tin foil on a poster-size hard paper, but I am not happy with the photos I than made with it... The light used is the window light, with comes from two directions in that part of our living room: from the left (from my point of view) and from behind, so I placed the "reflector" on the right. My daughter had to serve as my model, as always, though she was less than thrilled (as always...) with her bad skin (too much chlorined water...). None of these has been postprocessed in ANY way, only resized. If they were not test photos, and if your model had come not made up at all, and if these were your results of your session, what would you do later to make them look better? They are all OTE (okay to edit) now, I would love to see what can be done with these: 1. (ISO 400, 1/100 at f 5.0, 190mm) 2. (ISO 1600, 1/160 at f8.0, 238mm) 3. (ISO 1600, 1/320 at f5.0, 168mm) 4. (ISO 1600, 1/125 at f9.0, 214mm) 5. (ISO 1600, 1/125 at f9.0, 300mm) And say thank you to Photobucket for resizing them at random ... they should all be the size of Photos 1 or 3 ... grrrrr :x Oh, one more info: after I had taken 3-6 and seen them, I built myself a second reflector, but by the time that one was finished, she did not want to sit there being my "guinea-pig" any longer :roll: ... I wanted to bring some more light to the right side of her face (here left). Now ... any ideas that don't include any special studio lights?