Firstly, I would like to say thanks for all the help that I have got from these forums as there are a lot of great people here who offer their help without that much in return. I have a friend who is keen on signing up with a modelling agency. Before you question her looks and size I can pretty much clarify that she has "it" and think she is worth supporting through this process. For various agencies she has to have a full face pic, and side pic, upper half body shot and a full body shot. I have offered to take these for her and whilst I realise that the pictures have to represent the person (i.e no photoshop, airbrushing) I think I should still try and make the pictures look nice. I have two low wattage lights in soft-boxes and a reflector. Can anyone link me to some good light diagrams of ways to set up the portraits? Any other tips would be great! I will probably be shooting on my dad's Nikon D40x and maybe a couple of shots on my Hasselblad 500ELM (which I have never used indoors and under artificial lighting!) Thanks for any input you may have!