If you are using a studio for photography you will have control over your lighting, but make sure you have the proper type. Studio lighting can come from direct or indirect sources along with being reflected or modified by translucent materials. Most sources have built-in reflectors, but you may also want to use larger stand alone reflectors.
There are two main types of studio lighting: constant-source lights, such as household lamps, quartz-halogen lamps, HMI, fluorescent, etc. and lighting from flash. Flash systems fall into two main categories as well: Pack-and-head systems and monolights. Both types have may have advantages and disadvantages.
You can also mix pack-based lights and monolights to get the effect you desire. There are also various accessories and modifiers to go along with the lights such as softboxes, snoots, grids, spotlights and umbrellas, etc. Products relating to studio lighting can range in price from just a few dollars to several thousand.