Ron, I have a suggestion and if JH and S-ART have a better suggestion, please add/elaborate. I am only talking about portrait shots in your "studio", Ron.
Ron, get your Canon manual and learn how to do the following things. All easy to learn, (1) how to put your camera in the "manual" mode, see dial on top-right of camera?-turn it to manual mode. Your camera has a full set of manual settings (aperture, shudder, etc.) (2) how to change your APERTURE and SHUDDER SPEED, and (3) how to manually focus on the subjects eyes. To change the Aperture/Shudder, put camera in manual mode first. You want to use aperture f/11 and shudder speed of 125th of a second. At least this is a good place to start and adjust shudder speed a little if necessary. Once you find good settings, don't change them. Practice on an apple or something round and practice focusing on the front of the apple, middle (stem), etc; until you get the hang of manually focusing.
If manually focusing on your subject bothers you, learn later but you want to learn eventually how to focus on the subjects eyes (if left on automatic, you will focus on the nose, hair, or whatever the camera (not you) selects. There are exceptions to these rules but I am not explaining them...
Next, learn how to position your lights. There are plenty of videos on Youtube to show you how, using just ONE light in fact. You have two and there are many videos to show you how to position them.
It is just my opinion that if you learn this technique (and it takes 15 seconds to setup your camera), you can get good first results--then improve after you learn how to move lights around and to change your settings on your camera.
Warning: I am not the expert here (be gentle, folks); just a friend who wants to help. Dare you to post your best portrait for a critique :-))