Hello all, I am looking to create some hard light for fashion imagery. I have been using a metal dish reflector, however it gives me a bit of a double / messy shadow. I have been trying to research but I can't quite find the answers. Do I need to use a fresnel? or a spot reflector? I need the shadow to cover an entire full length of a models body (not just portrait). If I am using something like a fresnel/spot, what do you recommend doing so that the rest of the image is lit properly? I will have another light with a softbox. Also, since I am using off camera flash, where do you recommend I place the light stand? I always have issues trying to line up the actual light, myself/my camera, with the model when trying to do this exact technique. Perhaps I need to use a boom arm? I find that I am always needing to stand exactly where the light stand is. I will be shooting against a wall (not a backdrop) I will attach a few examples of the shadow/light I am trying to create . . . [Post has been edited. Images Removed. You may only publish images that you have made. If you want to reference others' works then use a link.] Any insight / ideas would be appreciated. PS - I shoot on a medium format camera with no hot shoe (or cold shoe), so attaching a light to the top of my camera is not really an option atm.