I need to move my portrait business from a studio setting to in the clients home . The studio I used is no longer available. Recently I've been shooting out of a hair salon and setting up and breaking down every time I have a session which i s mostly on Sundays or Mondays because of the business. It might not be bad if I didn't have to move furniture, cover windows, mirrors etc. My package includes three strobes with softboxes, a big background and all the extras. It's just get ting to much to move around, so I need to make changes. I'd like to change the l ighting package to battery powered units preset on lightstands with some kind of fast diffusion setup, and get away from the backgrounds if possible for the hom e sittings. I figured I'd ask to see what others are doing as far as doing in cl ient home portraits from an equipment standpoint. I also shoot outdoors, but the re are concerns there at times due to the weather here in Florida. The summer months are out mostly because of humidity and rain and people not wanting to swe at. Alot of homes don't have nice yards so you have to move to a Park. I'd like to keep the time expense down to keep prices reasonable as I work my way up the price scale and get more darkroom experience. Any insights you've discovered? I' m shooting a 4x5 Graphic.