Please critique and send me in the right direction (I have enclosed a photo). So far I have spent hours & hours reading and trying to learn. I have enclosed a photo. I am trying to get a seamless white background for clothing, but every photo I have taken since following online directions is not sharp/in focus when zooming in. I have tried to be as detailed as possible in regards to settings I am using etc.. My equipment: Nikon D3100 - Lens: Nikkor DX AF-S 35mm 2 Flashpoint 320M (150 Watt) Mono's & 2 Flashpoint 1220M's (600W) ***Mannequin is positioned approx 7' away from wall/white backdrop ***I stand approx 8' in front of the mannequin to get a full-length shot Background lighting is at f/16 on the light meter Key light is at f/8 (approx 5' from mannequin) Fill light at f/5.6 (approx 5' from mannequin) **Camera Settings: Aperture Priority - f/11 1/125 ISO-200, Single-Point AF / Metering- Center-weighted When I shoot with the flashes the Sekonik light meter (L-358) it reads f/11 1/125 ISO-200 Also do the modeling lamps in the flash units play an important part, because 3 of them don't work? Any help would be terrific!