A few years ago, before I got smart enough to backup my photos, I shot what is to this day still one of my all time favorite shots. Not just of figures, but of everything I shot. But alas, technology being as dependable as it is, my computer crashed and I lost the full res version. I'm left with only a 600px tall version of it I had on the internet. Prints out to a whole 2 inches tall. So today I set out to replicate the shot. I failed. But I got other shots I liked to. So here's one. D300 ISO 200 f/7.1 1/10 sec 200w smith-victor light behind figure left. Gold reflector for fill. I got a little chromatic aberration on his right forearm and a couple other highlights, but that tends to happen with super bright lights sometimes. Especially when using a sigma lens. If you're wondering, it's Old Monty from the Texas Chainsaw Massacre remake in 2004. How many wheelchair bound figures have you seen? Let alone one with a pee filled catheter bag hooked on the back of the chair. :lmao: I wish I could have had his whole cane in the shot, but once again the backdrop, in this case a doorway base used for the leatherface figure, was too narrow. Anyway, hope you guys like it. C&C always welcomed.