A while back, I did a multimedia shoot with a couple of models, Chelsie and Jordan. I made some still images in between the video shoot.
I had a couple hot lights going, which are the continuous running lamp heads. At the time, I was using the old video lights that had a yellow hue and could melt metal. Now I use the LED Lite Panels. They are color temperture controlable and don't get hot AT ALL!
One light is camera left and the other is camera right - both are not filtered. You can see their shadows on the floor. A helpful tip if you're ever curious how something was lit. Simply look at the model's eyes and you can count the number of lights. You could also look at the shadows too - not just on the ground, but on the model as well.
When I edited the portraits, I used Kubota Tools to give them a signature finish. There are literally too many choices to decide from.
The filters are a Adobe CS5 plug in that you can purchase and download from the Kubota Image Tools website. You can also give the trial version a go and see if it is a match.
It's nice to be able to go back to some older images and "revisit" them. You'll never edit the same image the same way as before. Just for fun, I challenge you to go into last year's archive and dig out some old gems. Start from scratch and play around.