I have been doing environmental portraits (ie: no boring backdrop) but a client recently requested standard backdrop photos. I will be shooting portraits of the healthcare providers for a local clinic "chain" (TONS of work, cant mess up the first clinic). I asked them if they had a preference as to what color backdrop they wanted, and they told me I can decide. This does not help seeing as to how I have never shot on a backdrop really. Now, I know that blue is a very "medical" color and I should probably stay away from red/yellow as they are "cautionary" colors, but I was also thinking about a dark brown for a "calming" color... Any ideas? What kind of lighting setups do you guys typically use for location backdrop portraits? I was thinking of a rembrandt-esque 3 light setup: -Shoot through fill behind camera left -Main light soft box in front of camera right -3rd light either a hairlight or background light, depending on which looks better once I get there. Ideas? Particularly about the backdrop color? Thanks!