Ok so looking at this picture of Clay that I took the other night (untouched):
1/50, f/4.8, white balance set to white flourescent
I did not have time to play with the settings because, well, let's not go there. Suffices to say I could not take the shot with a variety of white balance adjustments. Having thought about and read a little I expect a "cool white" setting might have balanced out the green cast. Hard tellin' not knowin'.
I kind of like the shadows in this shot, but with more time I'd have liked to go for uniform soft lighting, too. I wonder if I'd used 2 of the clamp lights (1 on each side) and reflected light from the front if that would have done it. I also would've liked to have tried fill flash with the compensation notched down. And, thanks to a Flickr friend, it's now impossible to get past the blue cast on his left eye. So I like this one: