Here is a study in brown tones with Liz Ashley. Actually, if the truth be known, these were the calibration shots made at the beginning of our Imagery black and white workshop held in Fort Worth last week. Because of the very directional lighting and the fall off from right to left, I thought these might make an interesting study if merged together. These were done with layer masks. You have to look very close to see the left side of the body in some cases.
I'm working on several other versions. Any comments or suggestions are welcome. The lighting setup was the same as for the other shots I've posted in the last few days so you can check the lighting diagram that was posted with those.
By the way, these are shot with the Canon 20D, Sigma 18-125 Zoom, at ISO 800 at about 1/10th second each at 5.6.