Hello everybody! I've read comments here stating that one wanting to attempt to create portraits in the classic Hollywood (or fashion) style of, say, Hurrel or Horst (and others) would need to use large fresnels of 12 inches or more - "the bigger the better"! However, I've recently seen examples of some beautifully lit work done with only 3" fresnels! That's quite a difference in size! It's understood that the power of the light must be adequate for a suitable exposure (in this case on slow to medium speed 120 film), but I'm beginning to wonder if truely such a large lens is really necessary in all situations. How much (and what) advantage is gained as the lens size is increased? Could one take the middle road with maybe the ARRI ST1-1k, (which has a 7' lens)? Could it serve as a first light for someone wanting to learn and pursue fine-art portraiture informed by the pre-war style? Thanks so much!