I recently moved and need to create a workspace for my photographic processing. I now have a split level home & plan to make the workspace on a long wall(~13' length) with 2 small windows(2'x3'ht) at 4' off the floor(actual ground level). An adjacent wall(no windows) forming a corner runs 9' in length. This room needs a light on in the middle of a sunny day to see in. I'm thinking of using the long wall, most of it as a work bench at 29" height which would wrap around the corner 9' & back parallel to the long wall (~5'), so the corner cockpit would have a wrap around counter where the computer sits. Probably a long shelf following the counter with recessed lighting pointing down & toward the wall?? At this point I'm most interested in how & what type/brands of lighting to use for this workspace. I want good lighting without glare to the monitor and no shadows to the work bench. My hardware: 27" iMac glossy screen(I know), Epson 3880 Printer ,(still in box, never opened yet), Epson scanner(19x11"), Epson Photo Printer(20x13x10) may just sell this, Wacom 6x11" Tablet, 2 external HD's, D300 & several Nikor lenses (probably like to keep this in the area.