Hey guys, I am the co-editor of my grad school yearbook this year and we will be taking photos ourselves to save money from renting a professional photographer. I am in pharmacy school so the students mostly care about studying and school - not so much memories of their torture at school haha. At any rate, my staff will be taking photos and I was wondering if you guys had any portrait taking advice. Here is the equipment I have which is not much... Nikon D80 SB-400 Speedlight Sto-Fen diffuser 18-105mm VR 50mm F1.8 Tripod brown/tan textured background photos will be taken in a small hallway with typical warm flourescent light. Obviously, I can only use those items, but I am not sure which lens, aperature, whether or not I should bounce flash...I just am not sure where to begin. I'd like somewhat professional looking result, so and advice guys? Also my staff will be taking photos too and they have no exposures to DSLRs whatsoever..I figure I can preset everything..but need to figure that out too.