I will be having a massive photo shoot for yearbooks starting next week and I wanted a different approach for this school year's senior's photos (yearbook). For the past years, I did a redundant set ups and that is 2 softboxes 45 deg infront of the subject and one for hairlight only. This time I'd like to try a different set up for my lightings. I will include my 430ex II in the set up.
My idea is to retain the old set up and add the speedlight for the background, or maybe give me suggestions on this one (will be appreciated). It will also be great if you post some samples too for the set up you have suggested but that will depend on you of course. I already checked the thread for multiple lighting set ups but I think the gears being used in there are way beyond my gadgets.
The quantity of senior students is about a thousand and have to finish them all by January next year. Hope you can help me on this one.
Here is the gear list: 70D, 24-105L, sigma 50 1.4, ND filters (8 and 64), 3 150W studio strobes, 2 50x70 softboxes, 1 reflective silver umbrella, shoot through umbrella, YN rf triggers and the back drop as well.
Thank you in advance.