Now its time to accessorize those bees with some grid spots, barn doors and soft boxes.
Try to reduce the shadows on the floor with more directional lighting from your hair light with the use of flags/scrims or barn doors and if you move her further from the background you can eliminate the shadows in it too.
Keep in mind that now that you have all those lights doesnâ€™t mean you have to use them all every time you shoot. Youâ€™ve got this particular technique down, so now itâ€™s time to move on. Use you new lights and go for a different mood.
I remember the first time I showed my portfolio to a pro photographer like it was yesterday. He looked at the first seven pages and closed the book. (My â€śportfolioâ€? was a book that contained 4-4x6 images per page) â€śThey all look the same. They all have the same lighting, same basic posing and the same expressions. Youâ€™re in a box that you need to get out of.â€? I was devastated. My ego and feelings, fragile at the time, were hurt but I went back and reviewed everything I had done in the last two years and dammed if he wasnâ€™t right.
New lights = new box. Go for it, keep experimenting and show us your beautiful model in a different light or I'll send Erica over to make you an offer you can't refuse.