Corporate portraits, how to deal with different height?
I had my first corporate photography gig yesterday, it was quite fun because I knew the guys and it was just a group of 3 people. Everything went fine but once I got home and looked at the pictures I found that the Rembrandt triangle was quite different for every one. I didn't think of the fact that because of the different height of the models, I might wanted to adjust the height of the flash behind the umbrella so it would fall on the face from the same angle for everyone.
But fiddling with the light setup during the shoot feels quite wrong also because it might have quite unintended side-effects. How do you guys deal with that?