I've been buried this month in seniors, so I haven't had time to post. But I'll catch up soon.
This image was done earlier today in between the house and garage under a joining roof. I first saw this done in a Dean Collins Finelight issue in the 1980s. He lit a bride with a big panel and a strobe in a park shelter. In my case I didn't need to add light because it was already there. Sunlight bounced behind and in front of her, so no added light was needed.
Of course it helps to have a gorgeous girl who, as Dean used to say, "reflects light very well".
200mm f2 lens with 2X multiplier at f4.5