An experiment in simulating an old-school film look here. I had left my seamless paper down in the living room and the sunlight filtering through the windows and then through the white paper was so lovely I thought it might make a good photograph. Unfortunately, the indirect daylight through so much material was not adequate for all but the slowest shutters, so I set up two Speedlites, one in each windowsill, pointing directly up so that they would filter through open blinds and simulate sunlight, and then flash through the white paper. Another Speedlight is set up at camera right and firing through an umbrella for fill. For all that i tried the shadows alongside the mirror were still harsh - for what it's worth I was able to soften them a bit with a 22" gold/silver reflector to the right and slightly forward of the mirror. Some digital filters, rotation, and Photoshop actions here to simulate aged film, plus an attempt at reproducing film grain. Out of 72 images I took this is the one I liked the best. What do you think?