Gary Peck , Jul 29, 2010; 12:52 a.m.
Well, it appears you want a short cut to learning your craft, I don't think there is enough site here to explain each of the different looks and years of experience and technique displayed on www.fyhglamphoto.com
The trick is to learn to "read the light" by dissecting each image of interest and determining the type of source - the position of the source - and the power of the source relative to the others. By reading each image you will soon have a good idea of what technique was used during the shoot.
Take a step back and think about what your original question entails in the form of an answer.
You probably don't realize the photographers are first and foremost 'problem solvers' and I suggest you become a little more proactive, as there are few easy answers or shortcuts.