I'm soon going to dabble in the field of studio light, but I'm also thinking what I can do with my current equipment before spending the bucks for true studio lighting... I use a D60, 28-135, 100 f/2, & 50 f/1.8, plus a 420ex speedlite. To enter the realm of portrait photography WITHOUT the on-camera flash look (bounced or not), I'm wondering how the INEXPENSIVE setup of the 420ex swiveled 90+ degrees, angeled up, and bounced off a reflector would work for a more dramatic look. what are your opinions? I don't own a reflector; I'm just hypothesizing here. of course in an ideal world I'd invest in monolights, etc... BUT I don't want to spend that much... yet. I need to see how serious I'll get into portrait work first, b/c studio gear can get pricey fast. I'd likely do work in the range of 1/2-body shots to headshots... thanks!