Sorry for the last minute request, I've only just been given this assignment and it is tomorrow (Friday afternoon UK time). I'm shooting life-size POS cardboard cut-outs of the F1 driver, Lewis Hamilton (and some brochure dispensers). They are in-situ so there will be customers around. I've done plenty of location stuff before now but if anyone has done this kind of thing, specifically POS material which is glossy and has potentially horrendous glare problems, and has any useful snippets of experience that'd be great. My thinking is that since there will be no possibility to set up a lot of equipment (for fear of tripping up and injuring a customer!) I'll be aiming to use flash-guns bounced off the ceilings/walls to create as even and diffuse a light as possible. There will be a fair bit of ambient light but I'm pretty sure flash will be needed to add the 'punch' required. Any thoughts gratefully received. I'll hopefully be able to post at least one of the results of the shoot. PS Should just have added I'm planning to use 3 x SB800's (two tied together into an external batt pack) and an SU800 for remote triggering.