I am doing an event and feel pretty comfortable with it all expect the photo booth portion. The photo booth will be in a small area, during a busy event, and I will bring my own lighting. I have one light with an umbrella style softbox, a lightstand that goes 8.5 feet tall, a reflector and a tripod. The room will be dimly lit with florescent lights. I was thinking of just putting my light up high behind me, setting the camera up on the tripod and doing the "idiot lighting" or "yearbook lighting" or whatever they call it. The flat "never can fail" head on light. I know the sofbox will soften it but I am afraid it will look super flat without shadows. I would like to do better. Ideas?