I took over a room in our house for a small studio, and I've got lights and modifiers, etc. But the bedroom light was the typical fixture and it was always in the way and getting bumped. So I installed a round LED light from Home Depot, thinking it would just be a utility, flush to the ceiling. But it is color balanced and bright, so last night I grabbed my camera and Noble and took some shots to see how it would turn out. Pretty good light but needs a fill light and maybe a reflector to provide a catch-light. I was too quick with my settings; I set my aperture at f/2.8 and my ISO to 800, but in retrospect I could have turned that around, or kept aperture low and used a tripod. It was just a quick, "hey, Noble, sit in my chair" situation.