Do you use this concept when shooting, so these images below were recently shot on a Studio light workshop. We set up four different areas.
One area had three large parabolic soft boxes, one area was natural big window light, one area was one bulb continual light in a soft box and then we had a two light set up with large beauty dish as the main light then a large umbrella to fill.
The object of the day was to play in a studio where very little rules applied, it was about trying stuff with guidance from me, we had five outstanding models, Georgia, Mahara, Shannon, Connor and Zoe and a makeup artist, Shelley Harvey.
During the day with the different areas used, there was an need to change settings from all the light you wanted or needed, to not much available light, changing of the setting on your camera was necessary, thus the compromise triangle, what are you going to compromise on, the DOF or the speed or do you sacrifice/compromise the quality by raising your ISO.
One thing that we did learn, when shooting in Manual mode with the flash/strobe heads the same controller was used on Nikon, Canon, Sony, Fuji, and they fired each time.
All in all a fun day with many usable images captured an definitely something I will do again next year.