Hi peeps, I've just joined the forum and it looks like there's a wealth of knowledge to be had here. A longtime wedding photographer I'm relatively new to studios and strobes but have a little home studio with two rather antiquated strobes (one dial-downable and the other not), a couple of soft boxes and a 7ft plm. Although I main shoot newborn, maternity and small families in the studio today I have a challenge. For some crazy reason I accepted a booking from a family of 9. As mentioned my studio is small, the area I'll be shooting them in is 2m deep and 3.5m wide. I have white walls and practiced a setup with that as my backdrops aren't big enough for that many people but it just looked so boring that I've decided to get a moodier look I'm going to try with black. I know the white corner is a bit distracting for offering cc but I'm about to whip out and paint an extra set of black v flats for the right hand corner so hopefully you can picture that corner being black too . These are my test shots so far so I thought I'd post here and see if anyone would be willing to run their more experienced eye over the setup and see if anything jumps out to them. I realize that the 2 light image is underexposed but as I'm going for a moody kind of family portrait I figured it'd be better to shoot it that way and bring up the shadows where needed in post - thoughts? PS please excuse my subjects, I didn't happen to have a spare family of 9 laying around to practice apart from this stuffed variety All cc and comments gratefully accepted.