I'm going to take some shots of a deal old friend that is in her mid 90's and would appreciate any insite on how to make them as flattering as possible for her. The shots will be indoors in close quarters. Any advice on angles, lighting etc.? I do not have any professional light systems but will use an SB800 on a Nikon D80. I'll probably try a 55mm prime, a 105 macro and a 12-24 W/A as they seem to be the best lenses I have for portrait work. If I can get her outdoors, one thing I think would be memorable to her is having her favorite hiking mountain (Pikes Peak) as a back drop but I'd want it in a slight blur with it's destinctive shape recognizeable in the shot but still place the emphasis on her. Would a setting of about F6 accomplish that from a distance from her of about 8'? Any advice would be helpful. Thanks in advance.