I work for a large company as an Engineer. Once a year, I shoot simple portraits of award winners for an internal website. About 25 portraits, I use my own equipment, I do this as a favor for my managers. Now, I have been asked to shoot head-and-shoulders portraits for all the employees at my site (many hundreds), for organizational charts and Skype. I have a demanding job, I cannot afford this distraction, and I have declined. I could offer advice, but right now, that would be: find another experienced person, or outsource. If I was to do this, I would do it as most of you would, a DSLR and flash. Studio flash if my company would fund it, or my speedlights off-camera. But, this is overkill, these are for internal use only, the maximum print size will be 8 x 10, and most of them will only be thumbnails on computer. Now for my question: Assuming that dedicated space is provided for a permanent setup, is there a simpler way? Like a photo-booth? Something that is so foolproof that an experienced person doesn’t need to be there. Maybe continuous light? How to keep people from accidentally moving the lights? What is the simplest camera that could do this job (I personally find that most Point-N-Shoots to be more difficult to use than my DSLR)? Something with simple tethering software?