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A quick little edit.
I was reading the thread that was started by Ron about the decline in forum posts and Steady made a statement that it's good to learn about a shot and a little backstory about the shoot.
Well I couldn't agree more as that's how I learned a lot over the years.
Studio lighting was a couple of setups, but mainly I use a large softbox either camera right or left and a fill light just behind the camera. This setup works well for most situations but sometimes with larger groups like the last photo I move the fill light on the other side of the camera...It creates a bit of a flat light but most poeple don't care about that they want to see themselves nice and clear.
The outside ones are all lit with a Nikon Sb -900 shot through a softbox. You can see the direction of light, it's usually always at 45degress angle...I usually set it at 1/16th power f4 and iso 400 and 1-/160s for the shutter and work from there. I change shutter speed depending on what ambient light I want.