Ok, so next weekend I'll be shooting my first senior portrait session ever. Actually it's gonna be my first paid portrait session ever. It's going to take place in a local park, that has alot of good photo opportunities. I'm looking for ANY advice you guys have to offer because I'm pretty nervous about it. I explained clearly that I can't guarantee good results and they said they were willing to try if I was. If the photos don't turn out decent, I don't get paid, but they also don't get prints. So it's not like they can rip me off. If it matters, I'll be shooting with a nikon d40, sigma 70-200 2.8, an sb-600, flash triggers, and I have an umbrella/light stand too. I have a 50mm 1.8 that I could also use, but its MF only. Sure Its very useable since you have time to focus and are using a tripod, but is it worth the hassle?